Visiting my family was the best medicine to heal a stressful couple weeks. Meeting a blog friend was the topping on the cake. Combine these two elements and you have a perfect mini getaway.
Don’t you think is a really attractive shot of my twins and my sister’s twins? Hubby always manages to do a boob shot when ever I turn over the camera to him. He seriously needs some help!
Giving the camera to my hubby usually creates some interesting shots. Now that he focused on something other than the boobs, ceilings are often in 70% of his photos. (I have to learn to open my eyes)
On Friday, after a short trip to NYC, Lauren and I met at Heartland Brewery for a really delicious lunch. Meeting a blogging friend or Blister (blog sister) for the first time face to face, feels as though you just picked up right were you left off. Lauren asked about Jack. I asked how the twins were feeling about to venture onto a college campus. We picked up as though we were old, old friends. There were no uncomfortable pauses. Just lots of chatter. Now tell me. Did our mothers look this at the 50 something juncture? Both of these beautiful women will step into the wonderful trek of being 50 in just a few short months. I don’t think they look a day over 30. Good genes? Damn straight!
So, my blogging friends, I learned that blogging myself and staying in touch with all of you wonderful women, connects us in more ways than we know. We are dotted all over the map of this country, in Canada and beyond, but we are all truly friends who share with one another the ups and the downs of life.
I couldn’t do it without you.