Yesterday I went to my grandparents house. My parents had to do some things and couldn’t take me so they dropped me off at my nana’s for the day. I went to bed late the night before and had to get up pretty early. Early as in 8 o’clock. I haven’t been woken up that early by someone in a few months so that was different. We got to my nana’s and we mostly had all of our conversations done from Friday and Saturday. Dad packed my laptop for me. When I got there, we talked for a bit then we went into her “office” as what she calls it. I taught her to make a Tumblr. If you’re wondering what her title is, look up at this title. That should help some.

After we did that. We had lunch and we slowly but surely made our way into the living room. One good thing about bringing my laptop was Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen was in my laptop. I told a year ago I wanted her to watch it. Just to see if she’d like it. Besides she watched 2012 and A Day After Tomorrow. She could watch this too. Before we watched it I had to tell her about it and about the All Spark and the difference between the Deceptions and the Autobots. The only way I could tell the difference between them are the eyes. Deceptions are red eyes and Autobots have blue eyes. I also told her Deceptions hate humans, and Autobots likes them. She got that in first twenty minutes of it.

She watched the whole movie. I was very proud. I haven’t watched it on a real DVD player because either mine is broken or isn’t plugged in, but my money is it’s both. I watch all my DVD’s on my laptop. My nana loved Optimus Prime, she now knows why my uncle is obsessed with Optimus because he’s a semi. She also loved the twins and Jetfire. She thought the twins were hilarious! I think she enjoyed watching it. I know Casey was happy for having us in the living room with her. She laid around the living room and kept to herself. You know when you’re doing something right when both your mom and nana sing to “New Divide” at the end of the movie. That part made me happy.

I’m A Picnik Whore.

The other day I realized that I had forgotten a picture from my first Facebook account. So I opened up that Facebook grabbed that picture and a few others that I thought I needed to keep. I grabbed a few of my pictures of myself and then went on my “Picnik” album and saved a lot from that album. Afterwards I deleted my first account for good. I had it up all morning, I bet I freaked a bunch of people out that have both my old and new on their friends list, but don’t have it anymore.

Anyways, I uploaded the pictures. Deleted a lot of them because I don’t like keeping them on my laptop. It gets somewhat crowded if I keep a lot of them. I started thinking, I can actually redo a lot of my pictures that my family members have up on their profiles. My cousin Kristi and sister Emily like to take pictures of themselves, and if they’re not already in black and white it’s actually fun to edit their pictures. This is my cousin Kristi’s picture. This was a hard picture to edit, not as hard as her black and white, but this was close.

If you asked how I got this the way it is I wouldn’t be able to tell you. I saved about five pictures (or more) of hers and I don’t remember Emily’s. Since they both upload pictures a lot faster than everybody elses and have better quality of pictures its very easy to edit them and add lettering and stickers. However, explaining to a 76 year old is not all that fun. I will say that. I think I’m bad teacher or she has no patientence whatsoever. One of those though.