I take terrible, terrible photos and post them to Instagram. Aren’t I inane?
I got this cheap L sticker so I could make the limit to get free shipping from Amazon. I have no idea where it is now.
This is one of my sister’s cat toys. Surprisingly, her cats actually prefer some colours of fuzzy tinsel balls over others.
Yes, I did eat all of those. When I have massive organ failure in the future, you’ll know exactly why.
These meats were hanging unrefrigerated in a Dollar General. Aren’t cold cuts supposed to be kept cold?
These keys were in my purse. I had no idea what they were for.
These are some teeny tiny canvasses. They are rectangular. I like rectangles.
My sister took my to a Negitivland concert. They handed out these cards. I think they were trying to make a point about consumerism and disposable media. You know, like the inane junk on this website.
I got these off of some America Day cupcakes.
The buns on these ended up rock-hard. Remind me to stop buying food from Dollar General.
I told the Americans that Maple Water is a traditional Canadian drink. This is not a thing that is actually true.
I got this crystal growing kit for a dollar from Target. You will see later how well the crystals grew.
This snowman placemat was hanging out all alone in the Tucson desert. I think when it actually snows in Tucson, that they call in the national guard.
You gotta dip your grilled cheese in some ketchup. It’s the law!
I’m making some sort of an artistic statement here.
This was such false advertising. This cereal didn’t contain any twigs at all.
One of my favourite flavours is black cherry. I’m so mad at President’s Choice for discontinuing their Black Cherry Soda.
It was monsoon season in Tucson. There were beautiful rainbows hanging over the vast, empty parking lots. Go urban sprawl!
I never actually visited the mountains, when I was in Tucson. For some reason, there isn’t a shuttle or public transit that travels to them.
I wasn’t sure whether this was a hare or a rabbit. I ate it anyhow!
Trader Joe’s Maple Water tastes like maple syrup mixed with sweaty sock water.
Well, that’s all fro today. I hope you enjoyed this mystical photographic journey as much as I did!