Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Experimenting

Do you see anything odd about this picture?Try again.

Well he couldn't see anything odd either. His blanket was in the wash and so he just assumed this piece of scrap fabric in the sewing room was his blanket. I just let him think it. Then I put him to bed with it. Am I evil or just a genius?


I am so thankful for a mother who just so happens to always have a spare of whatever it is that you need and a very gracious heart. She sent up her extra camera so I'd have one until Christmas. I love it. I'm not sure what kind of camera I will get (suggestions anyone?) but I'm loving hers. These are some back porch shots. I so love our view!



7 comments:

Ashley said...

Yes, beautiful view! I did know that Matt and family were in Chicago and I thought about them while we were there. I hope you get to visit them soon because Chicago is a lot of fun. Going to Navy Pier is a must!

grandma jan said...

you are a genius!

Emily said...

Those are beautiful views and that is sweet of her to send you her camera. Of course it is most likely due to her wanting to see Jackson's pictures!

Aubrey & Cheyenne Martin said...

Very nice pictures. And, no, you're not evil. You're a genius! Also...so sorry about Saturday. I thought about you guys the whole game. Is your husband in mourning? He better recognize the power that is Alabama football!

Rachel said...

It's brillant! well done at first I thought that you were parting his hair down the middle and I was going to have to put a stop to that! Wow, what a relief that wasn't the case!

tracyp said...

I too have to agree with Cheyenne, I hope the dark side hasn't sucked you in... STAY STRONG NAT! FYI I LOVE my new sony cybershot.. and it's crimson red (or hot pink depending on the light ;-)

Jess said...

Can I just tell you how much I appreciate this post. It reminded me of one of my favorite things about you. You taught me to admire my surroundings. I remember thinking how crazy you were because you would always say, "I love the fields!" By the time I left I too loved the fields.