Rosie's Ramblings: FAQ

FAQ

What kind of camera do you use?
Almost all photos are taken with a Nikon D50. some of the earlier (before 2011) were taken with a small (and on the cheap side) canon. phone pictures prior to February 2016 are taken with an iPhone 4s, and a droid razr maxx and after that are taken with a droid turbo 2.

Do you edit your photos?
Other than fixing the contrast and brightness, no, not really.

Where do you live?
We live in upstate New York.

What do you do for work?
Currently I am a librarian. My real passion is dairy farming, but that has had to get put on the back burner for awhile.

You talk about Vermont, did you grow up there?
No, I grew up in Connecticut, 15 minutes from the ocean. I lived in Vermont and managed a dairy farm there for over a year, Adam grew up in Vermont, and that is where we met.

What do you believe?
I am a born again Christian. I believe that God sent his Son to die for our sins, that if we believe on Him, we will be saved. I love the Lord, and my faith is very important to me.

Is your mom still blogging?
{for those of you that are new here, this answer will need a preface. My mom start a blog way back in 2006 and stopped blogging around 2011, after our family moved up to New York, from Connecticut. Many of the wonderful folks that visit here at Rosie's Ramblings first "met" our family when she was blogging, and miss her writings.}
No, my mom is not currently blogging, but if she starts again I'm sure I'll be the first to let everyone know.


How did you and Adam meet?
We were introduced by our bestest friends ever, Julie and Chad. Julie and I worked together, and Chad and Adam have known each other since they were 18 and are best friends.
It was a total blind date, I met him and said "eh, he's pretty nice, I won't mind hanging out with him" and he said (later, not in front of me!) "I'm going to marry that girl!"
Now, almost over two years later, we have a baby together, and I've got a ring on my finger (an engagement one, we still have get around to that marrying part, lol).