Thursday, October 9, 2008

Wheelie good

Spent the day catching up with things I’ve not been able to do while under the weather. This involved a call the council to report the disappearance of one wheel off my wheelie bin, it went missing last week but in my infinite wisdom I thought that it would work with just one. This proved to be true when empty but was totally wrong when full, hence the phone call, and what a pleasant experience, the girl was polite, had a sense of humour (laughed when I referred to the bin as a wheel bin) and wasted no time sorting out my problem.
Also spent some time surfing the blogs, and visited lots of people I had lost touch with, great fun and it made me realise just how much this gets into your blood. I’ve never been xenophobic but also I’ve had little to do with people from other countries and now exchange comments with people from all over the world and glimps their daily lives.
Photo today from the shoot on Friday, I love this shot as they just look so right together and the love for the baby really shows.



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9 comments:

babooshka said...

Truly wonderful family portrait. Blogging has introduced me to a rich and wonderful virtual world of places I knew little about and cultures that we only know through the media. To interect with real people who take real, not staged tidy tourist images is a bonus. I'm toying with signing for blog action day. Need to find out more first.

Suburbia said...

Beautiful:)

Michaela said...

I'm glad you're feeling better. For me, it's hard to be xenophobic when you're living in Canada. But the fact that I can connet with people from all over the world still blows my mind and freaks me out every so often.

Great pic. I love babies!

Bragger said...

If I fly over there, will you take a picture of my baby? She's 24.....

Nella said...

I too wish I had a picture like that when I had the daughter. Now, the only picture I have remotely similar, is me and the husband holding our fourth grandbaby. It's a love thing.
You know how to photograph love.

rubberduckiemom said...

What a wonderful photo! Wonderful reminder that we are all at some stage of life and it should be charished!

Emmie said...

A beautiful photo, Takes me back to when my children were just babies :) very emotive.

Anonymous said...

Truly wonderful family portrait. Blogging has introduced me to a rich and wonderful virtual world of places I knew little about and cultures that we only know through the media. To interect with real people who take real, not staged tidy tourist images is a bonus. I'm toying with signing for blog action day. Need to find out more first.

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