Snapshot a Day (03/17)

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Snapshot a Day (03/17)

Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone!

I hope the week is off to a great start and that your day is full of Shamrock fun. Biggrin

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GiGi

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today is our "back to work and school" day after a week of spring break. we didn't really have much of a break as Carlos and I had to work and Carlos is still sick (with that same upper respiratory infection I had a few weeks ago), but we had a nice relaxing schedule that meant sleeping late every day. I figured today would be hard on Logan and the dogs, but they were troopers about it, we had a really good morning, and I was even able to grab this snap of Logan and Loki cuddling before breakfast.

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GiGi

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So cute, love Logan's expression!

Just paying some bills this morning...
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Tracy- such a neat shot. Great perspective!
GiGi- awwww! Too cute! Upper respiratory is NO fun. Prayers for Carlos.

I feel about baseball like GiGi feels about soccer! LOVE LOVE LOVE. So happy to be coaching Randy's tball this year. Coaching means less photos, but I am still super excited! Here he is practicing

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Sadie … LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE this! Did I mention I *LOVE* this?! B/C I do! Biggrin Wonderful shot! I love how both the ball and batter are so sharp.

Tracy … what a wonderful warm photo! Did you set up your camera and use a timer/remote or where you holding it w/ your off hand? I would love to try something like this. Very cool idea.

TFS, ladies!

GiGi

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Love that shot, Sadie, really great moment!

Thanks, GiGi. I just had it on a tripod off to my left, and so I kept my right hand still, focused on the pen tip, and then hit the shutter with my left hand.