First of all, I can’t believe it’s already Wednesday (not that I’m complaining). I’ve seriously been up to my eyeballs in blog design, and am super excited for the ladies I’ve been working with to finally show off their custom made new looks! I didn’t realize that design would be such a huge endeavor, but you all have been good to me. The Suitcase Designs is becoming a very prevalent part of my work life!
In other news, I owe you some blog posts. I know lately I’ve been slacking on my blogging responsibilities, and you’ve been waiting patiently for new travel posts (especially about a certain vacation). I spent the first two weeks after my trip to Borneo trying to catch up in emails, comments, sponsor duties, and just normal life stuff that I hadn’t even looked at my pictures from Borneo until yesterday. I know, insane.
Anyway here’s a little teaser for you. I plan on writing my first Borneo post early next week, so stay tuned.
This little guy (well actually it’s a girl) is a proboscis monkey, and she along with the rest of her family are found only in Borneo, Malaysia. It was really cool taking a couple jungle river cruises and seeing these interesting-looking animals in their natural habitat. We also saw plenty of other species of monkeys as well. More about that later. :)
I’m super excited to share my pictures and stories with you! My husband also got some video on his GoPro, so you’ll get to see Borneo in motion. However, I was a little bit disappointed with my second lens I shoot with. Usually I just use my 50mm 1.4, but with the river cruises we did I wanted something with zoom capabilities. A canon 28-105mm came with my 5D, but on the trip I learned it was a super crappy lens. It doesn’t have image stabilization, and let’s face it – I have the shakiest hands a 24 year old is capable of having. My goal is to invest in a BETTER zoom lens before our big trip in the spring (does anyone feel like donating?) Thankfully my nifty fifty held true to it’s name.
Alright, time to go to work (the teaching rowdy Korean kid work).
And with that I’ll leave you with a ‘Weird Wednesday’ moment thats short and sweet. I started the WW series to document my confusion with some of the things I see on a daily basis. If you haven’t checked out past Weird Wednesday posts yet and you need a good laugh or eyebrow raise, go look!
Believe it or not, this little packaging with the dead fish contained a moist towelette. I’m wondering why fish bones are this company’s logo of choice? If anything it doesn’t scream, “Use me! I’m Clean!”