Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Is it spring yet?
Despite the fact that we were going to be hit by a number of inches of snow yesterday, I was drawn to this little dress I’d gotten recently at my favorite pay-by-the-pound store. (Any Bostonians/Cantabrigians out there who know about the Garment District's Dollar-A-Pound-Plus? You should come shopping with me…) I think this is intended to be a little dress for going out in the evening in the summer…it’s a thin drapy fabric, and has a semi-open back. But I put a black shirt under it, along with a ruffly skirt (for a bit of extra shape), and two pairs of tights. Thus, winter-appropriate and warm-- at least when paired with my latest thrifted coat!
Though we did get hit by a lot of snow...heavy, thick, wet snow. It's supposed to be warmer today, so perhaps it won't stick around for too long.
And yesterday was productive in terms of the thesis performance/rehearsal progress. Code and sensors and gesture recognition started doing what I wanted. Always a good thing…I might be able to pull this off yet? I actually felt really productive, which was great. And I had a good rehearsal in which the technology was (mostly) on my side. I also figured out that a change I made (trying to recognize gestures only after triggers, rather than all the time) took my program down to needing around 20% of my CPU, rather than around 80%...so.
The belt is also from the dollar-a-pound. I've gotten pretty decent at pulling out interesting things there, I think...
However, this is what happens when I'm doing self-photography around midnight:
I suspect I should leave the jumping style pictures to those slightly younger than I am! Or at least save it for when I take pictures outdoors...
Posted by Elly at 9:31 AM
Labels: daily outfit, dollar-a-pound, spring, thesis
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It may not be spring yet, but it feels like spring whenever I look at that skirt - so fabulous! And I quite like the jumping picture myself - you jump REALLY high!! :)
Thanks so much! I suspect I don't so much jump high as kick my heels up high... too much dance training! :)
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