Tuesday, January 13, 2009

I locked you out, you cut a hole in the wall...

I was looking at old, random pictures on my cell phone today and decided that while I wait for actual pictures, I would share these gems with you. They're mostly old, mostly random, sometimes low quality and all taken by my aging cell phone. Enjoy.

When my sister is bored in the car sometimes I use my phone to entertain her. Sometimes the results are surprising. Be thankful I'm sparing you from the picture of her nostril.

Denver airport. Creepiest mannequin ever. Look at that arm graft!

Once upon a road trip to San Fransisco I saw this t-shirt.

Ah, I loved these old men. During the '07 football season I sat behind these guys, obviously brothers, one game. EVERY first down they would stand and cheer in sync. Then they would each high-five the other two. Precious.

I, Fanda, went bowling with my friend, Flynn, and we both bowled the best games of our lives. Mine happened to be a 132 while his was 225. It was a very close game, obviously.

A student made my lunch before we went on a long day. I might have been the only intern but at least she remembered that I like Doritos.

Took this mainly for Erica, but was pleased to see that not only did this person have good taste, they were also from Colorado. Although saying someone from Colorado has good taste is slightly redundant.

The girls at my internship decorated stockings. Most of them used puffy paint to declare their love for Hannah Montana and the Jonas Brothers while our resident artist used puff balls to make a pretty awesome monster.

I went to the Festival of Trees, where theme decorated trees are sold for charity, with some friends. This one was my favorite. The entire tree was constructed of shotgun shells. You can click on it to see the picture larger.

This was the tree that sold for the highest price. I think it was sold for somewhere near $30,000. It was made of blown glass. The glass was really pretty but as a whole I didn't think the tree was that wonderful.

During a trip to Wal-Mart I tried to teach my sister how to play Guitar Hero. Despite what her face says she caught on pretty quickly. My mom offered to buy me an Xbox plus the whole Guitar Hero World Tour set up until I told her how much it would all cost. Love ya Mom!

My old job involved risky situations like this. More than once.

This one's a throwback to the days of late night longboarding and foot-long corndogs at the hospital. The days of the Sniders.

I ruled out the possibility of being a professional BMX rider. That helmet was heavy and made me feel a little claustrophobic.

This is where I spent the night at the airport. Southwest Airlines has some pretty sweet chairs. I still couldn't sleep but I was comfortably uncomfortable.

Sometimes I fall asleep at outdoor performances. Sorry Melissa Lindsey!

Sometimes Melissa T. falls asleep at parties.

Oh the haunting of the creepy chicken. This chicken wouldn't leave my internship supervisor's car alone. It also seemed to think it was a horse.

Sometimes I accidentally dye my hair really red for a day. Five gold stars to whomever can guess where this picture was taken.

Costco with Steve Jones. Steve loves a good massage chair. He's too relaxed to give the full double thumbs up.

Emily and I had a good time trying to pronounce the names of the dishes at this sketchy Chinese buffet.

The end. Don't think that there's not more where that came from.


  1. Victoria's Secret Dressing Room. Do I win?

  2. Winner!! Five gold stars to Jenna. Hopefully it's Jenna and not Daniel. : ) I've been asking about you and I would love to ready your blog lady!

  3. Oh, Jodi. How wonderfully do I miss thee!!! Does that make any sense? Anyway, at least your picture can have more than 3 photos on it, yikes. Those actually were really good photos for a camera phone. Props! And I can't believe you even had to try to state anything about Coloradians. We are from Colorado, 'nuff said!

  4. I had almost forgotten about the cute old men at the football game. :) That was a good day!

  5. aw, you make me wish i took more cell phone pics. then again i always have my camera along. duh.

  6. i love all of it from the chicken on the car to steve jones in a chair. thanks for always keeping me updated via blog and phone pix. that's so cute that your girls love you and write on your lunch sack! none of the residents ever did that for me. love ya G!!

  7. I enjoyed all of these! Cassie and I always look for that specific massage chair whenever we go to a Costco, it is amazing. Sadly we havne't been able to find it ever since the first time. We need to go on a mini road trip and discover some new things!