Photo 150 out of 365 – “Milo”

"Milo" - Settings: ISO 3200, f/3.5, 1/30 sec, 50mm lens

Meet Milo.  Milo is the adorable son of my close friends from college, Jaime (my roommate for four years) and Jon.  Adam and I met Jon, Jaime and Milo for lunch yesterday afternoon.  We were supposed to have brunch at Fornino, as I wrote about in Friday’s post, but unfortunately, we forgot that yesterday was a weekday, so Fornino was not even open until dinnertime.  Instead, we went to The Smith, where I had a most delicious bowl of roasted tomato soup with cheese melted all over it.  Yum.

After lunch, we enjoyed a nice leisurely stroll home  (it was so gorgeous outside) and then we went to work on designing some awesome business cards for me.  Adam was chief designer…  I think they came out fantastic!  I can’t wait to start using them!

Here is the front:

Here is the back:

Cool right?  I want to be able to use these for any photography, writing or cheese/foodie-related opportunities that arise and I think they do a pretty good job of covering all those bases.   I also want to convey a sort of down-to-earth and yummy sensibility, which I think we’ve achieved quite nicely here.  Props to Adam for his design prowess.  Now I’m going to be all legit with my snazzy business cards.  How exciting!

I’m off to the nursing home now for Bingo!  Did I tell you that I’m now the official bingo caller?  I’ve learned by experience that as bingo caller, you have to speak very loudly and over-annunciate every syllable to prevent the residents from getting all flustered and bothered.  It’s pretty comedic.  Have a great day everyone!  See you tomorrow.

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