Justin was drinking a glass of water and he’s halfway done. Suddenly, we hear an “oh fuck” from the kitchen. It turns out he’s added milk to his drink unintentionally. He grimaces and then chugs it down, shrugging. “I like milk, I like water. Whatever.”
I didn’t want to watch my computer restart. It’s like watching...– Katie, as she prepares a bowl of cheerios and chocolate chips (we ran out of milk) before she heads off to bed.
on taking spectacular pictures.
Cat: NICE PICTURE, PIXELS. WHERE DID YOU GET IT FROM?
Pix: YOU! GEEZ, DON'T YOU RECOGNIZE YOUR OWN PICTURES???
Cat: I do take some good looking pictures, don't I?
Pix: There are some truly spectacular (read: awful) ones of me :)
Cat: I only have control of the camera, not the subject. It's not my fault. Please send complaints to the model.
Pix: Well your timing could be better - like the one while I was eating your food and it got stuck on the roof of my mouth - maybe not taking pictures of me while I'm eating? :P
Cat: It's not about timing, it's about "Capturing the MOMENT".
Pix: That really shouldn't have been a "MOMENT"!
Cat: You're a documentary person, you should know that EVERYTHING is a moment. Just, y'know, some moments are more critical than others. But that doesn't mean you can discriminate against moments because of their varying levels of importance. MOMENTS ARE IMPORTANT!
Pix: FINE!! YOU WIN! HAPPY?!