365 Week: 9
The week I mostly took pictures of Emma...
February 26: Well, I told you the story of Emma's popcorn last Friday, but here's one of the outtakes. Emma is VERY impressed with her cross-eyed ability.
February 27: You know you wanted to see it. 12 staples here, plus two in the belly button, and one more where the laproscope went in.
This is what it takes to remove an unwanted guest from the stomach of the most important person in your life. (Well, I didn't do the actual removing -- but you knew that...)
February 28: Remember when life was what you made it? I had to buy a new dryer today (because fixing things is just not very likely in my world). Emma, who excels at entertaining herself, immediately confiscated the box. If this doesn't take you back, nothing will.
March 1: Did you know Emma had freckles on her nose? Me either. It turns out the camera lens I've been using for almost five years has a macro setting! (Have I ever mentioned that I don't read the manuals that come with my cameras -- or anything else -- so discoveries like this come with a great deal of serendipity).
A whole new world has opened up for me.
March 2: Maximum (MAAHX-im-muhm): The highest limit. The greatest value. The most.
So why is it only rated 8 out of 10?
Am I the only one who thinks about these things?
March 3: I couldn't decide what to take a picture of today, so I asked for help. Our friend Cecily responded that I should take a picture of something that required me to lay on my back. The problem is everywhere I lay on my back in my yard, the only view is of sky.
Except for one place.
So this one's for you, Cecily!
I only almost broke my neck (and my camera -- and subsequently my face) once.
March 4: I just love glass half full people.
Oh, and the winner is (by one vote):