Rear View Mirror – My Week In Review

My old phone broke, so I got a replacement (pay the insurance, just do it) and ALL the photos that were saved the the cloud/dropbox were automatically uploaded to it.  The cloud is a hoarder, it keeps everything.  Everything.  Photos I deleted, photos that were emailed and texted to me (ya, think about that for a minute), just ones that I saved for a second to send to someone as a joke.  All up there in that messy, cluttered cloud.  So you can imagine my surprise as they all came rushing back to my phone.  I have always secretly prided myself in keeping a minimal number of photos on my phone, most people I know have over five thousand.  Even if a picture only said one word, that would still be way too many words.

I have swiped through the photos and made some InstaFrames and a Flipagram to show what I am currently storing in my phone.

I seriously had a topic that I wanted to touch on this Rear View Mirror, oh what was it? I think it had to do with the pro’s and con’s of solar-powered Christmas lights. Pros: They don’t plug in to the house and cost zero dollars in energy. Cons: You don’t realize they are still on until you have taken your shoes off and it is March 15th and you are “that house” in the neighborhood.

Or was it about how my bank is blocking every attempt at me paying my new gym memberships and they cannot tell me why? I have called and even visited US Bank to ask, they do not know why and their solution was to issue me a new debit card. My solution was to find a new bank. In other gym-related news, today marks exactly two months that I have been trying to break up with Seattle Executive Fitness and they are not honoring my requests and are still trying to charge my card. Luckily, my bank is also blocking them.

Was it about how I think that the Seattle SeaFair Pirates probably could have skipped firing their cannon during yesterday’s St. Patrick’s parade? Seeing as hearing loud explosions and police car sirens in a downtown metropolitan area made everyone who could not see the parade assume a series of terrorist bombs were being detonated.

Was I going to

This week on Waldina, I celebrated the birthdays of Charlie Chaplin, Diane Arbus, Liza Minnelli, Jack Kerouac, Kim Stanley and Dorothy Gish.

The Stats:

Total Views: 105,499
Views This Week: 870
Most Popular Post: Doris Duke – Style Icon
Total Posts: 1,047
Total Subscribers: 264

This week on Wasp & Pear on Tumblr, I posted minimalist movie posters, the art of George Condo, photos of cameras, vintage letterhead, the daily new randomly generated wallpaper, a couple gifs, random pages from the 1972 Sears catalog, vintage Seattle photographs and the gravestone of Francis Scott Key Fitzerald and Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald. I celebrated the birthdays of Max Shulman, Sylvia Beach and Albert Einstein.

The Stats:

Total Posts: 1,891
Posts This Week: 37
Total Subscribers: 161
Most Popular Post This Week: The “Endolyne” Streetcar

This week at @TheRealSPA on Twitter, I tweeted the standard shit talk and cross-posts from Waldina, Tumblr, and Instagram. I also posted a warning about the Ides of March reenacted with Lego characters and I suggested people read Lady Gaga’s charity “Born This Way” tax disclosure (not good).

The Stats:

Total Tweets: 1,081
Following: 298
Followers: 94

This week, I watched this video. I love both Amanda Sings and Flula, so this duet was a dream I have always been afraid to dream:

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