Saturday, December 26, 2009

Straight Out Of The Camera Sunday


I wish I could claim this darling as mine, but, alas, she is the youngest grandchild of a very good friend. She is held by Great Grandma. :D

For more Straight Out of the Camera Sunday, go here: Murrieta 365. The two requirements are 1) you must take the photo yourself, and 2) no tweaking, cropping allowed.

Again, I wish I could talk about my Christmas. In short, I was hit with a virulent 24-hour stomach virus at 2 AM Christmas morning. It was not a good day. I've enjoyed reading various blogs sharing their Christmas. I look forward to New Year's and Christmas 2010.

Until next time, God bless.

12 comments:

wenn said...

cute little baby!

Jan said...

She is a darling. So glad you're feeling a bit better.

Leora said...

Feel better! She is a darling. No wonder your camera stopped at her face.

DJan said...

Glad it was only a 24 flu, Lynn, and that you are now feeling better. And yes, she is a cutie!

Prizler Photography said...

Love the little chin! So cute!

Helena said...

Hope you're feeling better soon! That's a wonderful photo :) I think the thing I miss most about our old-time Christmases is the gatherings of all the generations together.

Greyscale Territory said...

Adorable, curious expression on the little one's face! Great photo!

hip chick said...

She is certainly a cutie-pie!

SquirrelQueen said...

She is so cute, great photo Lynn.
You have had an all around bad month but I hope you are feeling better now. Take it easy, December is almost over.
Judy

S said...

That picture is adorable; I hope you are well now as I see you haven't posted for a while.

Happy and Healthy New Year.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Oh my gosh, I sent that last comment before I meant to; I seem to have a coordination lack today.

Anyway, the baby picture is adorable. I hope you're well as I see you haven't posted for a while.

And Happy New Year.

Lynn said...

Thanks, Sallie. I'm much better but am not getting out to take any photos since I cracked my ankle bone.
I have at least two more weeks with this "boot." Hopefully, it will not be longer. However, since it is the right ankle, I cannot drive.