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Sometimes I take pictures of random things like my shoes and an HDMI cable. Do I have a problem?
I know this looks awkward for Sarah, but you must understand that girly things like formal sandals actively flee her presence. Just buckling this strap took several shots from her tazer. The shoes must have known what they were getting into!
I thought I might have to reboot her. She just kept staring at herself in those sandals. Guess she's not used to being tall. The air IS thinner up here.
"The dress looks sexy Hon. Shall I go ahead and clear out some room in my pockets for your keys and wallet?"
“This is going to be one of those weeks at work… do you think people would be able to smell tequila through this lid?”
“I know you’re a pretty dog, but I just don’t think you’ll be able to figure out the fondue cook times if we let you come with us. The Melting Pot is very picky about under cooked sea food.”
“I know you hate bath time, but if you didn’t have to roll around in death 30 seconds after we get into the dog park we could BOTH stay dry and clean.”
Sarah on the first morning of ComicCon. This is her Christmas morning!
So sweet when she is almost asleep
Another picture of the Ax lady from behind. Note the hair. More evidence to support my Padmé Amidala theory. But hey, if you are going to do this day after day... have fun with it!
Pokey: The AMAZING Shrinking Dog
Being short is quite a drag for Sarah. It may not look like it, but this box is only 3 feet long. You should see how many ladders it takes her to reach the top shelf in the fridge.
Look what aisle I'm on! I deserve some kind of high praise for this level bravery.
Sarah contemplates the questionable choices she's made in life: investing in rare comic book posters instead of the market, eating that truck stop vending machine egg salad sandwich, dating a guy who takes pictures during dinner...
A lot of people think our tanks look so good because we are really smart tank keepers. Well, now the secret is out, they look so good because Sarah can fit into tiny paces and fix things. It must be nice being small!
I know it might not seem like it based on my photostream, but Sarah really does own a few shirts with sleves. Of course… in that case they almost all have a hood. She knows what she likes!=)
*SIGH* this picture tells me one thing: my best "angle" is the one where I'm BEHIND the camera.
Camera timers are hard…
Sarah’s inner monologue: “You call that extra pickles? Pickles must cost more on Planet Moron."
So easy to use, even a bodiless pair of shins and feet can do it! You could save 15 hours or more with Roomba.
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