Friday, March 16, 2012

Count Your Blessings

This was a pretty normal week. Monday we went to my grandma's house for dinner. She made a delicious meal, right Kianna:)?

Tuesday was a beautiful day. It was 73 degrees in March!

Wednesday we went to B&H Photo store to get my mom's "real" camera. This is the ultimate camera store. It not only has cameras, but all electronics and accessories too. If you don't live in New York City,  it gives you all the more reason to come visit "The City That Never Sleeps."

I posted these pictures on Instagram, but will share them with my lovely readers as well. The pictures are small because they are from my I-touch, so if I enlarge them they get super fuzzy.

These always remind me of starburst.

This store is huge!

You can't really see, but look at those huge lenses on top.

Me at the store 

The computers were inside the desk, how cool.

Another day with beautiful weather. (No stockings or leggings!)

I now know what camera I want. Not counting tax this is how much I need to earn. I won't tell you the exact model for two reasons. First, I originally wanted another model but changed it, so I might change it again. Second, who does not like surprises? I will give you two clues though: It's a point and shoot and it's Canon. My goal is to get it by mainly before my birthday, July 28. If I had a job this would be much easier.

Thursday was a normal church and homeschool day.

Today I sent Aili's prize. I never knew Canadians had such weird looking addresses.

 I also received The Wedding Dress book from BookSneeze.


  1. You can trust me with the secret of your camera choice:) LOL

    The prize came out beautiful!

  2. Yes, the dinner grandma made was delish.

  3. Pardon me, but I believe US addresses are the ones that are weird. You guys have number only postal codes. That's weird... ;P

    eve @ essence of eve

  4. Ali, if you could give me your results to the interview by tomorrow that would be great. I need them by tomorrow night. Thanks,


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