Instagram Roundup #56

by Jamie Sanford on September 11, 2013

Here are all of the other Instagram Roundups!

I’m guilty of enjoying some orange soda but WHAT.

There’s a strip of road in the town where my office is that is full of amazing architecture from the 60s and signs like this.

Took a quick shot of this too, does that mean no air for tires?

We went wine tasting for Cindy’s birthday over the weekend. It was really beautiful!

He was requested, so Tiny Edward made an appearance in the tasting room.

Old York Cellars had a beautiful deck that we enjoyed for quite a while after our initial tasting.

Unionville Vineyards was our next stop. Will and I chose the 8-wine tasting, and I highly recommend the Bell Well Chardonnay. I cracked my bottle open for my Nan, and she recommends it too.

Wine tasting selfie with Will, Karla, and Lee in the back. The men were wearing bow ties, and the ladies had tiaras, naturally.

We finished the day with pizza, more wine, and this beautiful sunset at the Hope Valley Vineyard. Who knew that Jersey had such great wine, and the experience was SUCH a good time. I definitely need to do another NJ wine tour sometime soon.

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Curious Tuesday 003.

by Jamie Sanford on May 24, 2010

I am participating in Gala Darling’s Curious Tuesday project.

Curious Tuesday 003

1. Who is your #1 crush?

In reality? My darling husband, as seen below.  In fantasyland, a few celebrity types.


Photo circa 2003 or 2004.

2. Have you ever tried online dating? How did it go? Any tips?

I have never tried online dating.  As previously mentioned on this blog, I met my husband on a message board in 2000.  We’ve been together ever since, and online dating is way more acceptable now than it was then.

I guess the only tip I would have is to tell people not to exclude random websites you frequent from a place where you can connect with someone.  I was not on that message board so that I could find a Canadian boyfriend.

3. Are you sentimental? Do you keep the things other people give you?

I am sentimental to a point, but as my apartment has filled with things, I’m more likely to let things go.  The scanner is a great tool for assisting in getting rid of things.  My husband started photographing some things that he had from childhood that we really didn’t have room for, and keeping the photographs is another good way to keep the memory alive without having to fill your space with things that aren’t really needed.

4. As a child, what were your primary interests?

Playing with the boys who lived on my street, getting bruises, roller skating, and reading after bedtime under the covers with my flashlight.

Little Jamie.

Evidence of bruises from about 1983-84.

5. What are your top 3 guilty pleasures?

Watching too much television, trendy pop music (not normal pop, just the one-hit wonder-i-ness of whatever is catchy and on the radio) and all things Twilight.

I don’t really think that any of them are so guilty, I don’t really have much shame about them.

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