Sears. In the first week, I talked about what I hoped to learn in this class. In the second week, I went to Sears and did a path to purchase shop for a brand new grill. In this week, the third week, I actually went to Sears to purchase a new grill. :)
Sears was nice enough to provide our class with gift cards to use at their store to purchase a brand new grill and accessories. My week was a little nerve wracking because on Monday I ran right out to Sears to purchase a grill, only to find that the one that I really truly wanted wasn't on sale any longer. So after much hemming and hawing, along with the sales guy coming to check on me about 10 times to see if I'd made a decision, I purchased a grill that was okay. It wasn't what I really wanted, but a new grill is still great. Later that afternoon, I found out that Sears was going to have the grill I actually wanted on sale Friday. Lucky for me Social Fabric was nice enough to allow me to exchange my grill. But this also meant I had to put it together myself. I think I did a pretty darn good job of that.
Besides purchasing a new grill, this week's assignment was to take pictures of everything we bought using natural lighting. Late afternoon is a great time for me to take outdoor photos because there isn't much direct light on my patio. I did try to play around with a bounce card a little, but it was hard to focus the light or there wasn't enough to focus. I think it worked best in the photo of the grilling wok.
Pretty awesome, huh? I'm very excited to try it out very soon.
I am a member of the Collective Bias Social Fabric Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias and Sears #CBias #GrillingIsHappiness. All photos and opinions are my own.