Hi Everyone! Guess what!?! On my second full day in California, I went outside in the snow…..
With Cousin Adam,
and Cousin Tristan,
and Cousin Braden,
and Silly Daddy, (hee, hee!).
And we built a snowman!!!
And he was just my size!
I had so much fun!
I loved being with my cousins!
And I loved digging.
And I loved Wucy.
What more can I say?
Cousin Adam was my special buddy.
He’s only two years older than me and we got to spend a lot of time together while his older brothers went snowboarding.
I even let him play with my trains.
And you know how much that means to me.
He and his brothers were super cute with Snuggles, too.
Later that day, they had to leave and I was sorry to see them go.
So I wound up…..
….. and gave Cousin Adam a “five” to remember!
Then it was time to say goodbye to Wucy.
“Goodbye, Wucy. You’ll always be Ruff Ruff to me, girl.”
Then we all took naps while Grandma played with Snuggles.
Mommy got a belated Christmas present in the mail from Daddy (and Grandma, Grandpa, Papa, gg and the next six months of her personal money) that made her positively giddy!!!!
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1.
The camera of my Mommy’s dreams. With new digital technology, it has a live LCD screen and no moving parts inside the body of the camera. Which means Mommy can take unlimited pictures without wearing out shutters.
It’s also the smallest dSLR out there and weighs practically nothing compared to her Konica Minolta beast. Which means she can carry it AND her video camera AND her two boys all around with ease!!!!!
*Sigh* What more could a Mommy want?
So then she had to try it out all night long.
To see if the man at the camera store was right. And he was.
It blew her Konica Minolta out of the water.
(Thank you everyone!!!)
After that, I went to bed.
And Mommy spent the night reading her new manual.
And taking pictures of Grandma who ignored her crazed daughter.
Oh, and she played a little Scrabble, too. She’d won the night before for the first time in her life and wouldn’t you know she did it again!
She’s pretty sure Daddy and Grandma were her good luck charms.
p.s. In case you’re wondering…..
The Snag still lives.