This weekend, Tim and I went for a walk through Golden Gate Park. We brought along the new camera, even though I hadn't really sat down and read the manual yet. I thought we could just click the button and you know, it'd work itself out.
Deep down, I knew this wasn't the case because I didn't really put much effort into my appearance. A beanie, the same t-shirt I am wearing in yesterday's post, and my winter coat. Also, I didn't brush my hair. It was Sunday, what do you expect from me?! I just keep it real and am like "well, this is actually my real appearance so let's go ahead and get it on the blog." Bless.
Anyways, most of the photos didn't turn out [obviously]. AND I learned my lesson and went home and sat down with the manual to learn all the tricks and settings and bells and whistles. It's pretty fun. Like learning to speak a new language. Or how to brush your hair, even on Sundays when you don't feel like it.
If we've learned anything today, it is that it is important to read instructions. And that I am really good at looking everywhere except at the camera. And that my hair really was in need of a deep condition. Which is what is actually happening to it right now. As I type. Multi-tasking.