Saturday, August 15, 2009

This and That

The interview was interesting. The job would be a stretch. We'll see.

In other news - my birthday present came yesterday! I'd told the Precious Daughters ALL DAMN SUMMER that all I wanted for my birthday was for them to for have a picture taken together. Lord knows they've been bitching about what's been on display lo these many years...


At two and six months - I STILL like this photo!






At Seven and five - Precious Youngest looks constipated.




At ten and twelve - I think was taken for the parish directory and is particularly heinous.



Somehow after that we never got around to having another picture taken of just the two of them. Well naturally they waited until three days before Precious Oldest went back to school honor my request, but they did it!




I may be sleeping with this after we take Precious Youngest to school. You never can tell.

10 comments:

Holly (me.) said...

Oh, my. Love the progression--- including the directory picture. The latest is just gorgeous though!

Ree said...

Such beauties.

I just got the tuition bill for first semester. HOLD ME.

Leanne said...

Wow. You must have good genes going on down there! Yeah, I'd sleep with it too.

Jen on the Edge said...

It's wonderful! The best kind of gift.

Violet said...

Beautiful girls! What's a family album without the truly awful church directory "portrait"??

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

How great. Maybe framed and on your nightstand so you can gaze at it from a fetal position while sucking your thumb.

They look beautiful.

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

How cool to have them pictured together like that over the years. THey are lovely--no wonder you'll miss even looking at them!

Swirl Girl said...

what beautiful young women you have!

Shelley said...

I'm glad they got it together and gave you your birthday present. They are both beautiful.

Little Miss Sunshine State said...

Oh, it's really beautiful. The last time we did one was the year my son had his yearbook photo taken and my daughter was graduating from 8th grade.