Profile Graphic of Madi with Overlay
I was just playing around with some new stuff I found in Picnik.
(Taken with Canon Rebel XT and edited in Picnik)
from my perspective
Last Friday night while I was waiting on my daughter to get out of a Praise and Worship meeting with her friends at our church I decided to go inside to our atrium lobby and take some photos with my iPhone and use them to play around with my two new iPhone apps. (Plastic Bullet and Picture Show)
Here’s a photo looking down our escalator. It kinda turned out abstract and you can see the TV Screen in between them hanging on the wall. I’ll post a few more in my next posts.
(Taken with iPhone 3G and edited in Plastic Bullet.)
After reading a blog from my blogger friend “Tom” at Shouts from the Abyss I decided to go and buy the game, Blokus. We celebrated my mother-n-law and my daughter’s birthday today and we played it three times tonight. We all loved it! If you want to know more about it you can click here on “Tom’s” blog to read a description. It’s simple and according to the product description on Amazon.com, it encourages creative thinking and has received a Mensa award for promoting healthy brain activity.
(Taken with Canon PowerShot SX110IS and edited in Picnik)
I went back through my photos from our NYC trip in March and found a few more that I want to post. Here’s one of Zach resting on a bench on the Mall at Central Park. (I guess you use the word ‘on’ instead of ‘in’?)
I think the kids were more tired than we were. Wusses!
(Taken with Canon SX120IS and edited in Picnik)
My children hate Alabama and it’s only because every time we visit their grandparent’s in Florida, we have to drive the whole length of the state on ‘boring’ Interstate 65.
Of course along the way there are signs that say “Alabama the Beautiful” at which my children always scoff. I’ve tried to point out a few things that are beautiful each time we make the pilgrimage from Tennessee to Florida.
My daughter and I stopped at a gas station along the way to Florida last week and I looked up and saw this beautiful scene. Maybe there is a little bit of truth in Alabama’s statement of how beautiful their state is.
(taken with Canon SX 110 and edited in Picnik)
My daughter loves to read. Especially the C.S. Lewis Narnia classics. Here she is reading one of the books in the series. And she says she can’t wait for the next movie….Voyage of the Dawn Treader. I love my daughter. She is an awesome christian young lady who loves God. And she’s a great actress, performer, singer and budding guitarist. I’m so happy God let me be her mother!
(taken with Canon EOS Rebel XT and edited in Picnik)
On our last trip to New York City in March of this year we visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art and I used my Hipstamatic App on my iPhone to take a photo of my daughter on the other side of a display in the Asian Exhibit section. She is 14 but she looks younger in the photo. Laura Bly, travel reporter for USA Today, posted it today on USAToday.com. YAY!
Click here to see the post.