While I was waiting for Dad to take care of paperwork, I realized that this was a good setup to pose WALL-E as if he was staring out of a starship bridge into the horizon. Especially with the GPS on the windshield like some viewscreen. The lighting couldn’t have been any better.
This is one of the few photos I took of my WALL-E figure when on my trip to Florida. This particular time, while I was going to grab a sky photo, I saw that his reflection was clear on the sunglasses, even with the sky behind him through the window. That’s an opportunity I didn’t pass up.
Well, considering you asked so nicely and even knelt down…
When I got dragged along to Home Depot the other day, I happened across this suave and smug looking toad. I’m not too big of a fan with garden statues, but I’ll say this one took the cake! Very charismatic if anything.
Took my Wall-E toy to school today. While on a class break at the Greeneville campus this evening, I got a bit bored and decided to have him start cleaning trash on my desk. Don’t mind him, he’s just doing his directive!
While I was waiting for some evaluation results at the Walters State general office, I got to work with playing with some kid’s blocks they had sitting around. This was the final result; a rough version of the Vigilance from my to-be 2008 NaNoWriMo entry. Apparently the lady at the desk was somewhat impressed with it as well.
I’ll give getting to to around to places like Animazement some credence; it helped me just a bit become more outgoing and feel like I had something in common with somebody. So what does that have to do with a room shot?
Because I redecorated the room to what it is. I bought certain furniture, used paint leftover from my parent’s store to give it a facelift, and even bought some recessed lights to go into the ceiling. The result was this fairly attractive room, that had some styling to feng shuei and a tad splash of new age.
I had cleaned up my room pretty good as I was starting school again, and I decided to show you guys what it looks like before it got messy again.
And yes, while that view may be physically lovely (which it is sometimes, I admit), the lack of communication and connection with the outside world makes it one of the most depressing and soul-crushing vistas at the same time. You can’t communicate or reach out to people here, and it isn’t a place for a “non-local” college student needing friends, a girlfriend and a place to sink roots to start his life. Just my two cents.
This was something silly I did with my newfound Zelda figurine I got from Animazement earlier this year. I found that if I was careful, I could have her mount Link’s shied on her arm, and kind of pose with the Master Sword with the other. I didn’t have the other camera to snap a photo, so I just used my flip phone to grab the shot.
This may not seem like much, but this is the last time I played chess with someone on a chess board like this. It was at my cousin’s house, at night and was challenged by said cousin for a game of chess. So I accepted. In a strange turn of events, we did reach a sort of stalemate, shaking hands on it before calling it a draw.
Man, it’s been forever since I played chess with someone.
This was a random boot I found while going to classes one day. Don’t know who it belonged to or even remember what size it was, but still; very odd sight heading back to my car from the library.