So I'm walking down Queen Street and I see a sticker on the ground and wonder if I should take a picture of it. Like maybe taking photos of things stuck to the ground can be my deal. But I didn't. I then thought to myself "I haven't seen a band-aid on the ground for a few da-"
It seems that maybe I have the power to will band-aids to the ground before my presence.
So that not everything on my site is disgusting, here's a cat that I saw today sitting on a sign on my building (he's trying hard to be camouflage):
I read Pizza Diarist's comment (about starting a blog dedicated to pictures of strewn band-aids) this morning (i.e. 2 p.m.), but was in a rush so paid little attention, much like when I see him in person. As I'm leaving the stupid mall and walking down the sidewalk in the rain, I started to think about said comment and what I might entitle said blog when I glanced down and saw this:
Some friends of mine took a camping trip to Gros Morne in Newfoundland, my home planet. Here are some of the photos, which I've captioned for your viewing pleasure. To read about said trip, visit Pizza Corner Diaries. Thanks to Pizza Diarist for letting me right click his photos, and to all those in the photos that are hopefully laughing, not waiting to punch me in the face.
To see more fabulous polaroids of this trip and other great things, why not jaunt on over to the Pizza Corner Polaroid Project? The boy has no life and free film.
I didn't realize I was walking around looking at the ground so often, but apparently I am, since I can't stop finding band-aids on the ground. This is the second posted picture, but I've actually seen three to four band-aids on the ground this week. What's the deal? Is this some eco-geek way of saying mother nature is hurt? 'Cause if it is.... (insert me shaking fist here).
Wondering what that is at the bottom of the parking meter? Wonder no more...
I don't even know what that's about. But it was way too long to be animal hair and I've never seen an animal with salt and pepper hair. Eep.
Now I must apologize, as I realize this site is entitled "Retch-A-Sketch", but of course, there's very little sketching involved these days (or retching). So, you'll just have to get over it. I'm too lazy to make crappy drawings, then hook up my scanner, then scan them, then resize them, then post them. That said, I am attempting to get something sketch like done. Fact is, I just prefer photos. Of human hair.