I've sort of been missing this little old blog lately. There are a lot of things that we do that I'd like to share, and intend to, but then a week goes by and another week passes and I never get around to posting it. Before I know it, it's three weeks later and whatever it was doesn't seem nearly as interesting anymore.
I've also realized that when I'm not posting regularly on this blog, I don't take nearly as many pictures. Because I want to have a lot of pictures to remember these years when my kids are little, and also because I want (and need) to practice taking pictures anyway, I'm going to attempt to reinstate the blog in an effort to motivate myself do these things.
Last night Steve and I had a date night (!) and to get the ball rolling, I used my phone to snap a few pictures during the evening. We went to The Drop for drinks and amazing bruschetta, and then onto Pierponts for dinner. Seriously delicious.
We both had our phones with us, of course, and while we weren't talking on them or browsing the internet independent of each other, it is amusing to me how often we pulled them out to look on the internet to answer some random question. It sort of seems like speculation, at least about past events, is obsolete. For any question that arose in our conversation, we knew the answer in seconds. No need to wonder how many kids the average family had in 1950 (3.37) or how old Jonathan Lipnicki is now (19) or which movie won best picture in 1997 (Titanic)... Pretty crazy, I think.