November 23, 2012

Awkward & Awesome Thursday: huit

  • Taking an proctored final exam online one morning where they tape everything you do through your webcam to make sure you're not cheating.  Then realizing I'm still in my pajamas.  Whoops.
  • Texting with my vocabulary.  Did you know that words like "expectations," "tomorrow," "covertly," "compatible," "continuity," "lightning," "production," "squashed," "basketball," "entertainment," "disappearing" and "unlimited" are very long words?  Perhaps I should stick with email.  Yes, I am one of those people who uses commas, periods, and apostrophes in texts. 
  • Not having business cards when people ask for them
  • Budgeting time.  I need to study, I want to read, I want to sew, I want to take pictures, I need to workout more.  If I didn't have lists I wouldn't get anything done on time.
  • Well, I got a cellphone.  :-)  This will be good especially for my business.  Unlimited texting and minutes for $30 a month.  
  • Setting up my facebook page for Joanna Kay Photography!  Go ahead and like it here for updates and photos!
  • Jamie is home on break!
  • Organizing my "studio" again and getting rid of 3 bags full of junk.
  • Singing the Handel's Messiah this weekend!
  • Safe and Sound by William Joseph.  I had it on repeat on Youtube for a couple minutes and then bought it and LOVE it.  ;-)  Check it out.


  1. I'd be shocked if most of the students in the exam weren't in jammies :) I know when I was in college, most classmates showed up to the IN PERSON exam in jammies!

    Hope you're all well :) Miss you!

  2. Haha, you are not the only one who uses proper English in texts; I do as well and since I am a chatterbox my texts are more like paragraphs.

  3. Wow. That song is stunning. I may just have to go buy it too. ;) Thanks for sharing! And congrats on the cell phone and Facebook page. =)

    Hope you and your family had a very blessed Thanksgiving.

    In His Love,

  4. Liked your post! Always fun to read those...would have commented more on your blog recently, but we arrived home recently from the National Bible Bee!