Every week. Posting my camera phone photos. Telling the stories behind them. So that I can remember stuff. And because I don't have time to scrapbook.
It's kind of a tradition when we go to Aunt Barb's to choose a reading from one of her Ideals books. She has many of them. (I have many IKEA catalogs and she has many Ideals books. It's all good.) The Ideals book I was given to read from was printed in 1974. I was three when that thing came out. Those things are timeless.
After the Nelson women's Christmas get together, those of us who were up for it went over to the Korda Records Showcase concert.
Jim Ruiz, who is like family.
Then..... what we came there to see..... my cousin-in-law's band: The Ocean Blue.
This cracked me up when I saw it. Fifty two people are talking about Anne B. Good!
I wonder why?!
Honestly I don't really even pay attention to my page's stats. Usually there are only two people talking about it. My parents, probably. Anyways. It cracked me up. I suspect that the sudden jump from 2 to 52 might have something to do with a pin I have on Pinterest about our Birthday Party for Jesus. Or else this picture I posted on Monday.
The only reason I started a Facebook page was so that my friends who I am friends with on Facebook could follow me and not have to see all of my middle schooler's posts in their newsfeed. Now that I don't share Facebook with my middle schooler anymore, it feels redundant to have a timeline and a page.
"I just had a clever thought. Which one do I post it to? My page? My timeline?
Talk about stress. How do real bloggers do it?
For those of you who aren't familiar with them, rosettes are a common Christmas cookie for Minnesotan Scandinavians. They are basically a sweet, crispy, deep fried pastry.
That was my week in grainy pictures. How was yours?
I'm @annebickle on Instagram, linking up with @jeannettg for InstaFriday.