I am an award-winning internationally acclaimed photographer.
Well, that may be taking it a little too far. But I did indeed win an award for a photo. Okay, more of a prize than an award. Does a mini-grill with some s'mores fixings count as a prize?
(see lovely photo carefully staged next to sidewalk chalk in the garage)
And maybe it didn't come with international acclaim. But I do have some friends in Europe & Asia that read my blog, and they will probably exclaim "Hey Erin, good job."
So let's start over:
I am a mini-grill winning internationally exclaimed photographer.
That's better, I think.
So I entered a photo contest at the local WalMarts (when you read that in your head, make sure you pronounce it with a hillbilly twang).
And it turns out that out of the
Frankly, I'm not all that impressed with this picture. I'm betting the real reason I won is because that strange man who works in produce was probably on the judging panel. And when I'm inspecting melons, he's doing the same thing.
Joking, joking! Sadly, my melons are not what they used to be. *Sigh*
Anyway, the most interesting fact about the whole thing to me is that, despite being on display for a month, those marshmallows were still soft. Great Value marshmallows just bought themselves a life-long customer.