I said I was going to try and post at least once a week, I’m doing a photography post because I don’t feel up to writing at the moment. This week hasn’t been one of my best health wise and I haven’t been up to doing much, prayers would be appreciated!
I have been doing a lot of reading with my down time though, I read “The Thirteenth Tale” by Diane Setterfield. I loved it in a way I cannot explain. It has me guessing the story the entire time, and just when I thought I had it figured out she threw the truth at me and I had to read that little part of the page at least five times before it sunk in. It’s the first book I’ve read in a long time that has surprised me like that, it has taken a very special place in my heart. (: I also finished “The Hobbit” (I’ve been reading it for quite some time now.) the other day, and well, you have to read the book before the movies finish coming out. I cried, but that’s nothing too big. I get into stories very easily, whether it be book, movie, or TV show. If I love the characters I’m going to cry when they’re too happy, if they’re too sad, if someone they care about dies, if some side character I love dies. I’m a crier, which can be a difficult thing when your sisters read the exact same book and proclaim to care about everyone as much as you do and yet they don’t shed a single tear. Although pretty much everyone cried over “Angels Take Manhattan”. As Matt Smith said “You’d have to be a heartless alien if you didn’t watch without getting a lump in your throat.” On that topic I think I’m going to explode when the 50th anniversary episode airs, not to mention the Christmas special which will be Matt’s last episode. Another situation in which I am going to cry, there is no doubt in my mind about that. Anyway, now that you’ve read my little ramble here are some pictures I’ve taken recently!
These next two are taken with my camera up against the window of the post office in old Katy. If you don’t know what old Katy is, it’s a historic part of Katy(the city I live in.), they have all sorts of old buildings and landmarks, it’s one of my favorite places to go. (:
My beautiful mother. :)
And you are right about crying during Doctor Who. ;)
You have a great eye for photography! Keep it up!
Thank you, Carol! :)
That post office looks so neat. It reminds me of Dorcas Lane’s in Larkrise to Candleford;)
Oh, it sort of does! I hadn’t noticed that! I wish I could have gone inside of it, but it’s all locked up. :(
We stumbled upon your website whilst looking for lightbulb images! We are a band based in Leicester UK and are about to self release a recording. Would it be at all possible to use your lightbulb image in our CD artwork (obviously you will be credited). We look forward to hearing from you.
Chris & Bryce, from ‘Neon Sarcastic’