My favorite flower
The coolness of a camera
So I was watching jeopardy with Ben, as he was getting all the answers right, and took this shot. They are two screens in one. I had my camera on a slow shutter so it would capture both screens in one. I didn't think it would actually work, but it did. I tried to do it again and I couldn't. I guess I got lucky on this one. It goes to show you to take 100 pics of one thing b/c you never know what you are going to get. You just might end up with something totally awesome that you didn't even mean to happen. I think it is kinda cool. I love how cameras work.
Bailey and Chevy in the Arroyo
Chevy is definitely more active and is easier to take fun and energetic pictures than Bailey. Bailey just sits or stands around and looks pretty. She is our cuddle dog. Always wanting to cuddle, and doesn't really want her picture taken. These were taken in an arroyo down the street from our house. Chevy loves to run free in the "flood danger zone" arroyo. On our way back home I found this Mr. Goodbar trash and thought it would be cool to do something with it. I love Chevy's shadow with the trash. Poor Bailey just can't stand the New Mexico weather. She looks like she might have a heat stroke with that big tongue hanging out as she just stands there doing nothing. Chevy on the other hand was really enjoying herself. She would run up and down over and over again in the arroyo and then role around in the water and shake it all off on me. I love our dogs. They are very entertaining. Maybe when Bailey gets her hair cut she will feel up to a photo shoot!
My camera is at the hospital
Trying Something New
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Hoffmantown Youth Camp
I was blessed to be able to go to Durango, Co for a youth camp trip with Hoffmantown Church. Our huddle group name was "Great Wall of China." We had some really awesome cheers and won the spirit stick the first time around. I met some wonderful and fabulous people there. Each time I look back on all the pics I took, the memories come back. I had so much fun with each and every person. I really bonded with Sierra, Jacque and Talia- The 6th grade girls who are about to be in 7th grade! Good luck next year girls! Thank the Lord for letting me be apart of that wonderful week!
Deshya and Daavaun Thrasher
Let me tell you a little bit about Deshya. She was one of my kids when I taught in Albuquerque and I have known her since she was four. She is now 6 years old and moving on to first grade. Deshya is one of the sassiest kids I know. She is always a delight to be around and makes my job easy and a blast. Her three year old brother, Daavaun kept saying "Take pictures of me, take pictures of me", so we did. They are two of the cutest kids I know. These are a few of my favorites.
Sneak Peek...Deshya Thrasher
I just couldn't help myself. I wanted you to see something from today. Isn't she adorable!? She thinks so too! More to come of her next week.