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Sunday, January 6, 2008

Forget Everything I Said




Forget everything I said about routines, booklists, keeping my house clean... I've discovered how to edit my photos. My husband will now have to quit his job. Someone will have to look after the children.

11 comments:

Jessie said...

O too funny!

These photos are awesome! Great job editing.

Donna Boucher said...

Wonderful pictures of your boys.

I completely understand.

I Was Just Thinking.... said...

So handsome! Do you have a new obsession?

Jenz said...

LOL . . LOL. . . That is how it goes and this stage lasts until they move out I think!!! Do you actually have snow??? We sure do!
I have come up with my January project!! Remove all unnecessary items from my bedroom, including dresser drawers. February will be my closet! I am encouraging my children to do the same.

Have a great week!
Jenz

Heidi said...

Thanks, ladies!

Jenz~ We had a little snow at our house, but we had to drive past Sweet Home to get to the real stuff, LOL. It was so fun. More pictures tomorrow...

I'm glad you're joining me for the January project. I think cleaning out my bedroom might have to be one of my monthly projects this year...

The Nester said...

Ahhh, my favorite one is #3. Do you use photo shop? I need to learn this so I can have something else to spend all of my time on. Very nice work.

Dreams of a Country Girl said...

i just got Elements and my camera should be hree TODAY! I do givem some hints on Elements so I can impress all my friends. Oh purty please.....

Dreams of a Country Girl said...

wow -- can someone say poor speller?

Trish said...

Good for you! Love the pics.

live joyfully ! said...

Heidi...
I can't for the life of me figure out what needs editing in your photos!! Thanks to your advice to me the other day, I found a great new setting on my camera! TOO FUN!

Heidi said...

The Nester~ Actually, I'm not smart enough to use photo shop, LOL. I did these photos with Nikon Editor. It is soooo easy!!

Country Girl~ Did the camera arrive? As I mentioned above, all I used was the Nikon Editor software that should come with your camera. Very easy to use, just a very select number of tools and features. Much easier for me to experiment with, though.

Live Joyfully (love that name!)~ Glad you are enjoying your camera. I'm posting before and after pictures so you can see the difference!