My grandparent's 50th anniversary party was beautiful and the video that I spent countless hours and sleepless nights making turned out fantastic. There is a long story that goes along with it, including computers crashing and all, but I don't need to go into all that- so I'll just quickly say that someone got a new laptop out of the deal... not planned at all, but sweet none the less. Have I mentioned how amazing my husband is? :-) Honestly though, watching their faces (and tears) as it played made every minute spent on that thing worth it. (Although I have vowed to not even attempt another video until it is of our baby's gotcha day, which will be quite awhile.)
My Grandma and her 4 lovely daughters. She looks so happy in this picture, which is a big deal because she hates having her picture taken- I love how she is laughing.
Me and my mom. I don't have many pictures with her, so I am glad we made someone take it!
Wanna know why?
I got IN to an online class here and it starts on Monday- yay! I am so happy I got in, considering the last online class I tried to get into a few weeks ago filled up in like the first 15 seconds or something like that. (and believe me, I tried my darndest to be in that first 15 seconds!) It is a very popular beginning photography class and the instructor's name is Candice, so how can I go wrong?!! I am looking forward to being challenged and learning how to get into that manual mode! Like I really need one more thing to keep me busy, but I am SO excited about this photography thing. I'll let you know how it goes!
Last week at homeschool group, Nathan's class did centerstage, where each kid goes up in front of everyone and shares something. It's good practice for public speaking. Nathan, as usual was quite funny with his silly jokes and magic tricks. He is so much like his daddy.
This is where we went last week as well! Yes - that is CHINA!!!
And last is a picture of a ladybug that one of the kids found outside at homeschool group. (I told you they were random pictures!) I'm not sure about Korea, but I know in the world of Chinese adoption a ladybug spotting is a sign of good luck. So while I'm not really one for luck and all that stuff, i must say that I am hopeful that we could get that call about our little Korean girl soon. ;-) March is almost here... Come on referral!