Thursday, April 16, 2009


Main entry: in·san·i·ty
Pronunciation: \in-ˈsa-nə-tē\
Function: noun
Definition: (a) extreme folly or unreasonableness (b) something utterly foolish or unreasonable
Ungrammatical sample sentence: This weather is insanity.
Twelve hours ago:

Twelve minutes ago:

Now, I could start spouting off all sorts of crazy, but as my good friend Albert Einstein once said: "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results."

So I'll just stop while I'm ahead...


Lauren Palmer said...

And yet both insane weathers make for gorgeous pictures. Are those actually taken when you said, or exaggerations? Crazy weather! I hated that it snowed last year at Commencement!

meagan said...

I'll admit, the blizzard is just an approximation of yesterday's inches (but suffice it to say several branches of the gorgeous japanese plum trees bordering our backyard broke off under the weight of them).

The blossom one is real though, courtesy of my camera phone.

Ap said...

I know exactly what you mean :) Great pictures!