Saturday, April 7, 2012

Daniel's first picture ever

Howdy. Just got back from our new house. There are still some things to be done (like cleaning up the mess the builders left), but it does look like we'll be able to move in by the 15th. Which would be good. Because then we wouldn't have to pay $1300 for another month in this crappy ol' apartment.

Now I'm super tired. I have, for some reason, been up since around 10pm last night. It is now 3pm. I'm hoping to survive the day without taking a nap, because that nap would undeniably turn into a 12-hour coma. That's what happened yesterday. And the day before that.

I will now indulge in some MLP and a... soy yoghurt. Anyone who's ever moved will know that the closer you get to moving day, the less edible stuff will be in your house. And now, some pictures. Actually two. I took a lot more, but my phone keeps randomly deleting or damaging all my pictures. Real mature, phone. Luckily the picture my brother took survived. Which is good, because it's the first picture he's ever taken. In his life. He's never taken a picture before with anything at all, and today he took his first snapshot. Of me, of course. And a drill. And a large heap of IKEA which later turned into a wardrobe. Magic.

Tadahhhh. It's not bad, is it? I mean, it was his very first picture ever. And it's not even blurry. Well, a little blurry. But that's because he took it with my phone. And I have Xperia. Heck, even my pictures are blurrier than this one. I hereby decide that my brother will be a photographer when he grows up. And also a master piano player. And a (totally straight) ballet dancer, because there are too few male ballet dancers.

Here is the only other picture that my phone would spare.

This is Daniel unpacking a chair or something. On our roof balcony.
Yes, we have a roof balcony. And a winter garden. I know. I know.

Seriously, I'm gonna go watch MLP and eat this disgusting yoghurt that isn't even yoghurt now. Bye.


a small player in God's plan. said...

You use the $ sign for Norwegian Crowns? or do you longer live in Norway... totally thought you did, but you do write this blog in English, so I wasn't sure... because when I visited everyone in Norway spoke both Norwegian and English

Anonymous said...

You're raising your brother well, I see. Putting together that wardrobe looks a little complicated. I probably could do it, though it seems like too much of a bitch. Also, I'm astonished that you're actually a /b/ronie.

LewisH2012 said...

Best photo I have ever seen in my entire life I think I may have just spilled milk in my pants ; )