Gosh, we've gone from snow to gorgeous! Friday, Joe was outdoors shoveling snow, and yesterday Tootsie and I spent an afternoon at the park taking photos of the birds. Actually it was more like gulls, ducks and geese.
While I was at the park, I saw a young father taking photos of his son (I assume that was the connection). I offered to take photos of the two of them together and send them to the Dad if he gave me his email addy. I sent them on to him yesterday evening, and I hope he got them. The photos came out Great!!!
Speaking of sending files, I had to use Media Fire to do this, and guess what I found? Yup yup! It seems that making lots of changes to things that haven't broken yet is contagious. It took me quite a while to figure out how to get a link for a folder so that I could send it. Now I will have to spend some time on Media Fire figuring out what is what.
While looking for an old photograph, I came across this one of me and my eldest child, Audrey. I think this was taken the Summer of 1961. Gosh, I really was teeny weeny!!! The photo is quite worn, and there isn't much I could do with it in Photoshop.
I also have a photo from yesterday's outing to share. I was lucky and got so many good photos, but I will save a lot of them for other days. This particular photo shows a beautiful large gull coming in to land on the rock with some of his friends.
Last night, Tootsie and I took our snacks and curled up to watch a bit of television. Animal Planet had a program on about all the different kinds of cats. Very interesting!! After that, we watched a program called "Bad Dog" and laughed a bit at the antics of some very naughty animals.
Tonight it's back to work, so I'll be busy doing laundry this afternoon. Also, I want to make sure that I have everything ready to start posting our new April collab kit "It's Raining, Ducky Darling." This one is a mix of Ducky Darling, Easter fun and Springtime. Tomorrow I'll post Parts 1 & 2 (QP's) in one folder. So watch for this tomorrow.
That's it for now. Till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.