It's a Small World after All.

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Today I was looking through some pictures that Zoe took with her very own digital camera. Yes that is right our little girl has her own High Tech Sony digital camera. You maybe wondering how this wonderful event happened. Well, earlier this year when we were getting the garden ready for planting Zoe was helping Dad with the rototiller. It was a great photo opportunity so, I ran inside and grabbed our camera. See? Isn’t that a great picture?
I discovered the camera was too large to fit in my pocket and allow me to continue working so I set it down. Now, I am sure many of you have just had the, “oh, no” reflex that I should have had. We continued our work and headed inside. The next day were were so glad we had gotten so much yard work done the previous day because it was pouring rain. Not our normal Northwestern rain but POURING…for three days straight. After our little rain storm had subsided I was on my way to the mail box and discovered our camera resting comfortably on the wet grass. “Good one,” I thought to myself. I brought the camera in and, to no ones surprise, it didn’t work. I took it apart hoping that it may dry out. When Greg came home and I told him the news he was not worried about it…after all what better way to get a new camera. We got our new camera and had a lot of fun playing with it (the zoom is awesome!) After a week or so I saw our old camera laying there in pieces and said, “What the heck. Let’s see if it works.” And it did. We thought (briefly) about returning the new one but decided the upgrade was good. The old camera had been through a lot and we had had it for a long time. It has been a lot of fun to see what a 3 year old takes pictures of. She has taken a number of pictures I think are really good.

We have also discovered she loves feet! She takes pictures of everybodys feet.

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