This is what I use to tell the temperature in my apartment. Those colored objects have a certain amount of liquid in it and there's a temperature tag attached. The one object that is closest to the bottom in the upper part is the approximate temperature reading. To me, it's such an amazing piece of science that Galileo invented...and a gift from my mom. It's one of my favorite things in the apartment.
I've been following the progress of this bird's nest during visits to my parents in these last few weeks. Today, I was able to catch sight of the mama bird feeding her two babies. They must've been born in the last 2 days. I was on the phone with my brother at the time and wasn't able to get a more clear shot then this.
My mom, sister, aunt, cousin, and I went to San Juan Capistrano. We took the Amtrak. Walked around and ate a great lunch with Mexican food and margaritias. These are the old bells near the church in front of a fountain at the mission. It was a great day.
Some time ago, I read about mobile photo blogging and people taking a picture every day for a year as a project. I thought this was a great way to create a visual history and to capture daily snippets of my immediate surroundings. I've always wanted to do this. So on March 26, 2010, I took my first picture and started the blog the next day.
The phone I'm using is a Blackberry Curve 8530.
*almost to the year...I upgraded to a new HTC Evo Shift*