Okay, why is it that all the computers in the house work fine with the new wireless connectivity except mine??? Are there mischievous blogging imps sneaking around, trying to keep me off line? All I want to do is blog away happily. Is that asking too much? Well, I would like to be able to get my e-mail, write a few back here and there, read all the blogs I’ve been missing over the vacation and comment excessively. My requests are simple. Really.
We’re going to the chapel for a wedding! The cousins and I pose with Aunt Stephanie and Aunt Kate.
I have to be careful, though. If I’m very vocal about my complaints, my mother will hand me a piece of paper and tell me to try to remember those ancient days before they had things like google and the internet and blogging. Gasp. I suppose they also developed film and mailed the doubles away to friends and family. I hope there aren’t any children reading this. The shock might be too great for them.
Mom sits in a pew with Rachel and Sarah, looking oh so coordinated and lovely.
In the midst of my hardships, I’m hobbling along as best I can. It’s important to keep the readers happy and I’m willing to do what it takes. Right now it takes some creativity, a USB memory key and access to another computer.
Cousin Chase and Uncle Dan flash big grins for the camera.
I’m here for you all. Don’t despair. I won’t even mention the tragedy that happened tonight when Dad and I took the children to a fantastic park nearby and I, horror of all horrors, forgot my camera. Sigh. It didn’t help that my father kept saying, â€œBoy, this would be a perfect blog picture,â€ as the kids ran up and down the grassy knolls, oohed and ahhed over baby ducks and took turns on the zip line.
Rachel gets a hug from her new aunt, the gorgeous bride herself.
We won’t even talk about it. I’ll stick to stunning wedding pictures, since wedding is a really special day and that’s why people look for the best mens wedding ring collection for using in this special day. Much more satisfying than any old baby ducks. Sniff. Thankfully, most people will skim over my fussing, not really bothering to read the blog itself, and just enjoy the happy family shots.
Sarah and Aunt Jenn pose for one last picture before the day ends.
Until next time. May you be surrounded by friends and family who love you and computers that blog along speedily.
Project 365 – Day 174