Second edition of Foto Friday.  Again, this picture is pretty random.

Yes.  It’s just a coffee cup.  I realize that.  But I was so excited when I got it!  Found it at Old Navy.  It’s only 12 oz. so that was a little disappointing but I really like it.  It’s simple.  I like the style (I can pretend that I’m drinking Starbucks even when it’s home brewed!).  It’s very easy to clean.  All good things.

So I threw it in my bag and when I found myself at Starbucks later that day, I got coffee–it was cheaper, I didn’t waste a paper cup, and I got several compliments on it!  One of the baristas asked if I’d bought it at Urban Outfitters and the other said she’d seen them at World Market, too, so apparently they’re popping up everywhere.

As I said, it’s only 12 oz. so unfortunately, when I’m on the run and I’m going to need more caffeine than 12 oz. can hold, I still get a paper cup.  But I’m going to keep my eyes open for a bigger size.  Until then, I’ll be using it, at the very least, whenever I camp out in a coffee shop.

I’ve been trying to think of different ways I can keep myself posting regularly even when I don’t feel like I have anything to say.  I’ve been following one blog for a while now that is called Fresh Eyes on London.  I don’t even remember how I came across it, initially, but the blogger posts photographs of–you guessed it–London.  They’re all really interesting.

Now, I’m not claiming that I’m even half as talented as that blogger.  I don’t claim any talent, for that matter, when it comes to photography.  But I do like taking pictures.  So I thought it might be interesting to post a picture every Friday.  Perhaps it will be random.  Perhaps it will be related to something that I’ve been doing or talking about but either way…cliché or not, a picture is worth a thousand words.  😉

I know this is simple but I was walking into work this morning, appreciating the warmth of Spring in the air.  One of my favorite things about Spring is watching the trees, bushes, and flowers start to bloom.

This bush by the door caught my eye.  While most of the bush was still rather dead looking, flowers were impatiently blooming all over the place, as if they simply couldn’t wait for the rest of the world to catch up.

I love Spring!