See A Little Light

Here’s today’s Photoshop tutorial, before and after. It’s supposed to be a cool retro effect. I’d link to the original tutorial except the guy who wrote it might find his way here and then brain himself thinking that he wrote a poor tutorial or else lock up his site so that color-blind doofs like me don’t sully the world with their attempts at a cool retro effect. But I think if I practice it another 100 times I might get better.

For the past week I’ve been looking forward to reporting that I slept through the night except that it still hasn’t happened. The only night this month I slept through the night was the night I returned from San Diego and that barely counts because I was so sleep deprived I could hardly stand upright.

At least the coughing isn’t waking me up 3-4 times per night.

I’m at about 98% now. I still cough now and then and there’s a slug of extra phlegm in the system but I’m off the cough drops. I’m exercising. I’m not going through 57 tissues an hour. No one is afraid to sit next to me on the bus.

When I got home tonight I made a pie. For tonight. Because I can.

I only need one crust for my pumpkin pie tomorrow and my recipe makes enough for two crusts. Since my current pie crust recipe is working for me and I’m afraid to mess with it, I decided, what the hell, I’ll make an extra pie. And I randomly decided on cherry while I was at the market. I bought a can of dark cherries and a can of tart cherries. I put bunch of orange zest in. I just took it out of the oven and it looks great.

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One Response to See A Little Light

  1. LuLubelle says:

    While shopping at Walmart the other day I came across a box kit for pie crust. Huh? So let me understand: You want to make a “real” pie crust, but you’re not willing to simply measure out the ingredients yourself? What is wrong with people? Just buy a frozen pie! I was ashamed that such a kit exists. I was glad I didn’t see someone buying it.

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