January 6, 2013
When I was at school, R and I used to spend a lot of time looking up Lolcats, they never fail to put us into fits of giggles. When I feel sad, I still like to do a search on Google and end up posting so many on Facebook. What better 5-minute project than picking some Lolcats and posting them here, then? Enjoy!
What’s your favourite Lolcats? Post a link in the comments box below.
Love Katie x
November 14, 2012
You may remember way back when I wrote a blog post looking for one day projects to keep me occupied, well today I decided to go even smaller and start doing five minute photography projects. These projects will consist of running around the flat taking photos on a specific theme. The idea (obviously) isn’t to take amazing photos which will one day sell for millions, the idea is to get me being creative. These projects are something which (1) bring me happiness without completely draining my energy, which is good for my depression; (2) they keep my creativity alive, which is good for my writing; and (3) give me something to get out of bed and do outside of my degree work (I plan to continue them when I am well enough to begin working again) without taking much time away from my studies.
I was inspired to start these projects by two bloggers which I will write about in due course. For now, I just want to quickly share my very raw and unedited photos with you. For me, this blog is a fun way for me to showcase what I’ve been up to but the last thing I would want to do is put readers off if they’re not very exciting for you to look at, so if you would like me to share more photos pop a comment below or tweet me, and if I don’t get much response, I won’t share future projects on here. Sound good? Ok, here’s today’s photos:
Famous opening line of which novel? Ten points if you guessed ‘Pride & Prejudiced’.
- I LOVE Austen. What better way to read her novels than with her little face looking at you?
- Quick quiz- who wrote all of these books?
- K-K-K-Katie, K-K-K-Katie, you’re the only K-K-K-Katie I adore…
Smile for the camera!
This was sort of an accident, I didn’t mean for the Queen to be poking through an ‘m’ but sort of worked out quite well since she is your Majesty.