One of these days he's going to learn not to look up when I call his name...
March 5 - It's called a throne for a reason
Ordinarily, I would never post a picture of my toilet on the Internet, but I was getting ready for work this morning, and glanced in the bathroom and burst out laughing.
King Miles on his Throne.
I was explaining today's photo prompt (On the thirds) to my family, and was able to demonstrate that Miles's eyes were pretty close to the intersection of the upper right grid lines. I'm not sure how
impressed they were…
Mark took my car to the dealer, so I had to walk to school. It was not a hardship, because it was absolutely gorgeous. Very un-March-like. I love that we live close enough to town that we can walk to school, but yet we sit there on the edge of town, and can pretend that the rest of the people don't exist.
Yesterday was gorgeous, but then it went downhill in a hurry after school: stomach flu! Yuck! I crawled out of bed in the morning to get to school to at least get the morning stuff done, and then I spent the rest of the day in bed with the dogs keeping me company. Knitting, reading, watching shows, snoozing…I was pathetic.
March 8, part 1
It was late and I was tired before I got around to trying to get a picture. I held the camera out and snapped and…I don't know why my eyes were so crazy, but when I showed Will the picture on the camera he just cracked up. The photo I snapped of him laughing is blurry, but I'm glad I caught it.
March 8, part 2
I had to go black and white on these, partly because Will's teeth were yellow, and I didn't want to take the time to fix them, when it was such a blurry shot. Love his happy face, though.
This is the first time we've packed up and left Miles behind. He was very interested in the suitcases and bags. Cocoa, on the other hand, knows what's coming and wasn't very happy about it.
In a hotel somewhere in Ohio. The boys were so excited when we told them they could bring their laptops, but they had to do without ALL DAY LONG in the car. As soon as possible in the hotel, out came the computers…and it was like we'd never left home…