Or, as I like to think of it, re-gifting at it's finest. While we wait for my firefighter to reply to some questions, and for me to finish sorting pictures, here's a chance for you to benefit from my technological un-advancedness. I received a lovely iTunes gift card for which I have absolutely no use. I don't have any iPods or iPhones or, really, anything i, or Apple, or technology related. In honor of my archaic existence, if you, my wonderful friends, family, and readers, could use a $25 iTunes gift card, simply reply to this post and you'll be entered to win one. After the contest ends on Sunday, I'll have my random number generator (my 5 year old) draw a name out of a hat. The winner can email me and I'll mail out the card. Good? Good.
Speaking of random, where were you on New Year's Eve, 1999? I was playing pinochle.
While you ponder that, here's some of the macro pictures I took on my Christmas break:
And last but certainly not least, happy birthday to my brother! (Coincidentally, you can check out his i and Apple and technology related contributions here.)
Yellow Hill - [image: photo 20140402_085420_zps6afdca34.jpg] Yellow Hill by Katharine Weber Acrylic and Fabric 42" x 42" [image: photo 20140402_085610_zps831557b4.jpg]