Just a quick post to share some photos that I like from the last week and a half or so. The first comes from Christmas Eve at my folks. This is my mother, B., and my granddaughter, M., waving out the door as SANTA left! Yes, my mother arranged for Santa to visit the girls on Christmas Eve!!! She's amazing! Shortly after this photo was taken, Bea yelled, "Bye Santa....hey...yook at the yights!" She really wanted Santa to see Grandma's outdoor Christmas lights!
The next three are from Christmas Day at the other grandma's house. The first is B. looking at her new dollhouse! She loves it! We are working on finding a way to get it to our house so that she can play with it more often (it's so big, we really don't have the space).
Did you know that the next Olympic sport is nearly-naked iPadding? ;-) This is a sight frequently seen in our home, however this shot was captured on Christmas at Grandma and Grandpa's house.
Cousins, all on iPads, the younger brother more concerned with what his older brother is doing than with the iPad itself (as is usually the case).
Below you will find days 2 and 3 of my 365 adventure (I shared day one here). I must admit that I am already just taking random, unplanned shots that may or may not work! That's not a good start to the year! Day two was going to be me standing on my piano bench in brightly colored socks and PJ bottoms. However, B kept climbing onto the bench! So, for the first Bench Monday of the year (and photo 2/365), I submitted a black & white of B's tiny toes.
In the same vain, a few weeks ago I received a flickr email from Getty Images, asking if I would like to license some of my photos (chosen by them through my flickr photostream) for commercial use. Getty Images is an "invitation-only service for Flickr members to license their photos for commercial use" (quote from the email). They found six photos in my my photostream that they thought I should license. I had to fill out a bunch of forms (W2-type stuff) and I still need to get releases for five of the photos (because they have people in them) before they can be placed on their website for sale. I didn't do much with it until the last week or so, but one of my photos (that didn't need a photo release because there are no people) is currently "for sale", which just cracks me up.
Finally, today is Gwamma's birthday. Among other things, Gwamma got soft pink jammies for her birthday and I got photo four for my 365 project.