2/28/11

Day 89 - joy of LOVE- Day 27, What They Say


Olivia has been away for four days, and boy have I missed her.  She adds a dynamic to this family that when she is not around we don't know what to do with ourselves sometimes.  But, she is back.  The prompt today is what they say.  My favorite thing that Olivia says goes something like this:

Olivia: "Mommy?"

Me:  "Yes Olivia?"

Olivia:  "Mommy?"

Me:  "Yes Olivia?"

Olivia:  "Mommy?!?!"

Me:  "Yes Olivia!?!?" ( a little frustrated at this point)

Olivia: "Mommy, I love you soooo soooo soooo soooo much!"

She's a comedian.


So, here is my 365 photo.  I have a lot of knitting to do in the next few days, so I thought it might be fun to capture the progress.  Any tips on how to make my photos more interesting?


9 comments:

  1. Such a cute little dialogue between Olivia and Mommy. I think this yarn picture is interesting. Maybe different angles and backgrounds as you capture the progress?

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  2. She's adorable! My youngest likes to say the same thing to me. :-)

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  3. I can so relate to that conversation! I love what she is saying with her hands as well; she is very expressive. I think your shot is nice but I wonder if it would have helped to focus more on the knit part a little more rather than on the ball of yarn, which is what I saw first. Maybe warm it up a bit as well to make the background more white.

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  4. I know what you mean. I hate when my son is at a friends out because the house seems so empty without him. He adds SO much energy and personality when he's around.

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  5. Ah, Olivia is too cute! Glad she's back with all of you! I love the angle of your yarn shot, perhaps a more contrasting background will make it pop. It looks like a bluish background on my computer!

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  6. Awww... that is so sweet!!! She's too cute.

    I think that if you did progress pictures and then formed a collage of the progression over time it'll be very interesting in itself. I LOVE those types of photos. I've thought about doing it myself sometime, just need to think of something creative.

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  7. What a cute goof! I can't imagine having one of mine gone for four whole days - that would be so hard.

    I agree that warming up the photo would be good. I'm looking forward to seeing the progress you make on tour knitting projects!

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  8. love the pose, bet everyone is glad to have the family together again

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  9. Kids are funny like that. So sweet!

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