And I repeat: Wow
I was sitting here, after making my post, Windy and Shawn had finally left so I went into the livingroom, to see what decorating Windy had done. I wandered over to the window, and peeked out to see if she'd put anything outside... and I found a picture. One of those moments when your mind turns into a camera and you just stumble upon a picture sitting in right infront of you, just waiting for someone to take it. I gasped a little and grinned, and realized that the light is simply beautiful outside. So I dashed to my room, grabbed my comfy red sneakers, my pony hoodie and snatched Izzie (my camera, for those who don't remember her) off my desk. It was a gorgeous phototaking session. I was out there for nearly an hour I suppose, but it doesn't feel like it at all. And I actually managed to fill Izzie's memory card up. of course, I was using her best settings. But still, even on highest I've never managed to fill it up. But I did... and
I found a treasure. Oh boy oh boy did I find I treasure.
Can you believe, that this is my "garage"?
That's what Windy has called it, the garage. I have no idea now, why she calls it that. You couldn't fit a car in there. It's not a garage... it's a house. It's another little house. It has an old stone and brick chimney... so not a garage. I just stood next to it, with my mouth hanging open before I remembered that I had a camera. It's a little dark inside, so I just started snapping pictures, trusting Izzie to find the things I couldn't see. When I got back inside and uploaded the pictures I couldn't believe my eyes.
I'm waiting till a perfect steel gray fall day, and then Izzie and I are going in. This bright sunshine is not the lighting I want, for such beauty... cobaltika, you wanna come play? As I'm snapping picture after picture I was thinking "Gah! Bobbi would love this!" :)
There is so much potential there, from what I could tell, just walking around the outside, there are no less than three rooms. And as you can see, some of the furnishings, curtains and such still remain. I'm going to have to buy another memory card, and have a big photo taking session. There are not only pictures waiting to happen in that little house. But stories and paintings as well. Spiders be damned, they're just gonna have to share.
Sometimes, the greatest wonder is right under your nose.