My Mac was acting all wonky the past week and I finally brought it to the Apple store. Dang, the Apple store is cool. They saved my photos (all 3,300 of them!) and then sent the computer off to be fixed. Luckily it's all under warranty so it's free. But alas, no photos for a few days until it's back.
Lots of exciting things happening around here. We've had lots of positive feedback on the house. We've even had multiple offers...two of which were terrible and one good one that we accepted. The only problem is that just when we thought the deal was sealed the neighbors down the way with the EXACT same townhome as ours put their house on the market for $10,000 less. So the couple who were to buy our place cancelled and are now buying the other one. Argh! But who could blame them? I was really worked up about it for a few days but now I'm letting go since we are excited to be planning a quick vacation to merry old England!
At the end of April, Em and I will fly to London to meet up with Papa who will be in Scotland for business. We have friends who are moving to London for work and we are so excited to be able to spend several days with them. We love these friends. They are SOOO cool and we love to hang out with them. Plus, they became the lucky parents of two beautiful twin girls the very day that we adopted Em, so we don't have to worry about the logistics of bringing our girl on the trip. She'll have playmates, we'll be doing "kid-friendly" things I imagine and we won't feel guilty when it's nap time or if she throws a tantrum or something.
Now, what should we do in London with three young gals? Any suggestions?
Em loves to play hide and seek. She thinks it is especially funny to hide behind
the sheer curtains in our bedroom since we can still see each other. I love the pics I got of this, even
though some are a bit grainy. I'm still learning about all the bells and whistles on my new camera.
We got hit with almost 30 inches of snow in the last week and there are still a few flakes in the air. Everything is cancelled around town, including school & daycare. Tom, however, made the LONG drive in to work. Check out the view from our patio door. Sorry, I wasn't about to open it to get a clearer shot, I would have had a foot of snow on the rug. The funny thing about the pictures is that the patio was shoveled off after our first round of snow, this is just what accumulated
We're up to our eyeballs in SNOW and it's still coming down. We got hit last week with about a foot and today we've added almost another. I'm hoping that in the morning I'll be able to get some shots of the snow pile outside of our garage, it's engulfing our tree. Are you buried too? A few pics of Emmie and Daddy after round one.