Saturday, June 17, 2006
Another fun filled day shootin with Preston. After that we went downtown and saw the processed snow at the Jordan Valley thing. Good times, a little busy or I'd tell you more of the exciting stuff like how I didn't realize the large at Cold Stone Ice Cream is like 1/3 in the cup and 2/3 hanging over the edge totally like a 1/2 gallon or something. I think everybody was staring and shaking their heads, thinking, "that's no way to loose the weight there Husky". I didn't eat it all...yet. Or if I had time I'd tell you about how Alec drank like 20 oz of Sprite and pee'd and pee'd and how he dropped trow at the Pizza place and almost violated exposure laws. I wish I had time to tell you about how we watched Heidi and I kept thinking, "This is the most depressing movie I've ever seen...what kind of crack was Disney smoking when they put this garbage out?" I mean seriously, 2 hours of a horrible life of tragedy and nobody really wanting or caring about the little orphan, and then 2 seconds at the end where the Grandfather decides he'll let her live with her....what a horrible flick!! I thought it was supposed to be a happy kid thing.
But it does kind of make me want to herd goats.
Wednesday, June 14, 2006
Also yesterday, I had the pleasure of getting some incredible shots of Preston & Krista who will be married in just a few weeks! I was still a little woozy from all the dust inhalation (see last post) but they didn't make TOO MUCH fun of me. Anyway, I got some really great stuff and they are such a fun couple I'm thrilled to be their photographer, I'll put the rest of the pictures up soon so check back in a couple days for a link to their gallery.
So yesterday was payback! Dad came up and we showed that my studio floor we were serious and in the end we won! I think... Well, we inhaled so much sealant and grout dust that the floor may actually have the last laugh. You wouldn't believe how much dust we kicked up but I'm absolutley ecstatic already about the new floor (the old subfloor) which is lower so it's better for shooting into.
The floor was sagging pretty bad and the tile was cracking and getting worse so we had to take it out. The wood under the wet-wall (old kitchen sink and the bathroom shower & sink are on that wall) was all rotted out so I think we'll be taking out that whole wall next and re-walling the bathroom without the shower. Don't worry, we have a shower at the house. And I don't ever sweat...not like Dad anyway...phew!