I decided to update the picture framed in the window on our mantle. I wanted something Fall-ish but it needed to work in black and white and not be too Fall-ish since I am 100% sure I'm not going to be updating this thing seasonally. I decided to print out the scan I made years ago of a decayed leaf I found by the river. I think I like it. But the edges of the mantle need more work. Something tall, I think.
Related: Kinkos charged me $4.50 ($0.75/square foot) for this 25x32" print. OfficeMax was going to charge their "minimum charge to print a photo" of $19.99. Glad I called around.
Unrelated: I'm on a non fiction audio book kick (free, from the public library, downloaded automatically to your phone, seriously best thing ever). My current book Trust Me, I'm Lying by Ryan Holiday is equal parts fascinating and depressing. And a weird contrast to my last audiobook The Innovators by Walter Isaacson. I'm on some sort of internet theme with my reading listening.
Final tip: Audio books (and podcasts) can be played at 1.5 speed and are just as comprenhensible as at regular speed. Except Ryan Holiday who must be a naturally fast talker--I have to play his book at 1.25 speed.