Congratulations to Nathan and Diana, the ceremony was simple, honest and so beautiful due to those very qualities. Nathan was so handsome, we are biased, that may be true, but no one can deny that Diana looked like a fairy princess. Everything about the wedding and the reception was tasteful and elegant yet still full of fun and laughter. The food was very good from the amuse-bouches to the appetizers, followed by the main course, everything was flavorful, expertly cooked and a delight to eat. I took quite a few pictures to document how beautiful the day was and how much fun we had being surrounded by our family.
What bores you? Photographers, artists, poets: show us DULL.
What bores me, good question. I have to say that I am not a photographer, but I would be very interested to see what photographers would interpret through their pictures as dull. Anyway, that will be for me to find out, now back to my question. I am not easily bored. I never have been. My saving grace has always been reading and I will read anything to either learn something or to be entertained. I know that there is a saying that if you are intelligent you can’t be bored and I see the wisdom in those words. In effect they are saying that boredom is a choice and you can always find something to occupy your mind, your body or both if you like.
My own imagination keeps me from getting bored, I will think of my favorite soap opera, General Hospital, and rewrite a scene or try to imagine where the storyline is headed if I find myself sitting waiting on someone. I try to not do what I see everyone else around me do and that is to go instantly to my iPhone to entertain myself. I don’t know exactly why I choose to go old school with occupying myself, technology isn’t bad, but I like the way we used to entertain ourselves organically; with stories made up in our heads that didn’t need charged batteries or internet connections, the stories only needed brain connections to work, very self-sufficient if you ask me.