I know that you are not going to read this today (New Year’s Day), which is why I don’t feel badly writing yet another short blog. Tomorrow I will have my goals for 2013, and be back to blogging the way I once did.
Today I have a request of you:
COMMENT, please, COMMENT
This blog’s readership has dwindled over the years (I suppose, because I actually stopped tracking readership years ago) because of its negative content — “Oh, you write the blog where you complain about your health.” I was told at the last tweetup by a guy to whom I was introduced at one of the functions we used to throw in order to sell our photography. I’d like to see who is out there reading and commenting is the best way to let me know. If you have suggestions for improving this blog (like “Stop complaining!”), please let me know with a comment.
It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas
Guess who is now a member of LA Fitness! Yep, after being told that membership prices would actually rise in January I decided to become a member yesterday [here would be a great place to put a photo of my keyring now sporting an LA Fitness thingamabob]. Now all I need to do us use it…
The other day I became the owner of a Google Nexus 7 table. Wait, what?!?!?! Yep, that’s right, I’m now seeing how the Android half (?) live. I bought the 32GB model with 3G(?). Now all I need to do us use it… Actually, I have started using it and it’s good, but I still think Apple and its iPad are better and have no plans to jettison myself from the Apple world. I plan to use the Nexus 7 for reading and movie watching on the go, or perhaps at the gym?
On Sunday I purchased a chainsaw, an Echo CS-310 in fact. Now all I need to do us use it… The chainsaw is but a piece of the ITP Estate puzzle for 2013 (more on this tomorrow).
Soon I will be the owner of a Nikon 1 V1. “But you don’t shoot with your DSLR!” you say. True, but that’s going to change too. And don’t let that $900 MSRP fool you, I bought mine (with the kit lens) for $300 from B&H Photo. Now all I need to do us use it… Well, once I receive it.