So, I’m putting on my socks this morning — newly washed yesterday, gotta love freshly laundered clothes — and when I unrolled them, they were inside out.
And I put them on that way.
Now, I do this a lot.
Inside out socks do not bother me a bit. The only time I might take the extra time to turn them right side out is when I am headed to the airport and know that my socks are going to be on display in a most public way.
If you are a devotee of Parenthood, this quandary makes both perfect sense…and is perfectly frustrating.
When Sarah (Lauren Graham) and Mark (Jason Ritter) initially began dating, I was thrilled. Is there a cuter couple in TV-land? I challenge you to find one. Their engagement was the only logical conclusion.
Get them to the altar, tie the knot, add a jaunty bow.
But then Ray Romano joined the cast as Hank — crusty, blustery, more-age-appropriate Hank. He and Sarah made sense, too. (Plus Mark suddenly turned into a woman…so really, what else could Sarah do?)
Now Mark has found his balls and is challenging Hank for Sarah’s hand — who will she pick? More importantly, who do you want her to choose?
It’s vacation photo time, and the debate rages on —
Are you in…or are you out?
Some folks take purely scenic shots of their travels. You’d never know they were there by looking at their snaps…but one could argue these pics are more beautiful and well-composed.
I am firmly in this camp.
Others seem compelled to place themselves and their traveling companions in every single picture. These lines of two or three or sometimes ten people or more are proof-positive of their presence at each location, but often obscure their very surroundings.
Of course, their smiling faces do add a nice touch.
So, what’s your picture preference? Which side do you snap on? If I grabbed your camera phone right now, what would I find…before you had me arrested, of course?