November 16, 2017

I DID NOT TAKE THIS SHOT



Not me, I didn’t take this delightful shot.  My daughter Margot did.  I was so charmed by it, that I played with it for hours in my old Photoshop.  I can’t take the credit.

I always try to give credit where credit is due or only show my own photographs.  Rarely do I show a shot that isn’t mine.  This one is such a charmer that I can’t keep it to myself.  

Did I ever tell you that I love taking pictures of people.
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  • Himself:  Working hard.
  • Herself:    Launder sheet day but Marta maid the bed.  LOL  Tomorrow will be the last day of promoting the Holiday sale.  We can’t say Christmas any more.  This is the first time we have only Christmas things to offer.  Usually we have a little Hanukah blue, but not this time.  I will be much relieved and glad to be back to everyday objects.
  • Reading:  Continuing with Katharine Graham’s Memoir.
  • Captain Poolie:  Her sense of humor has returned.  So has her friend Pam’s.
  • Gratitude’s:  That I can put my feet up.


9 comments:

  1. Sweet sweet photo....so happy to hear Poolies sense of humour is reviving. So important.

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  2. That is a great photo of a beautiful sweetie! Margot did a great job!

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  3. Don't blame you. That one is too good not to share. Such a cutie.

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  4. That little princess is a sweetheart! Is there a reason you can't say Christmas anymore??? It's not even Thanksgiving, for goodness sake. I need to hire someone to clean my house on a regular basis but Robert won't have it. :/

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    1. LOL Tell Robert he can do it.
      Since Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanza, and one other holiday are all at the same time, it is politically incorrect to call the season Christmas....tho it is. LOL

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  5. Thanks for your comment on my blog and on Flickr.

    I sometimes post a Sue photo, and I try to give credit. But the processing part is important, so you deserve some credit on this shot.

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    1. Yes, I do...and consider it half mine. thanks.

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