Home Again, Home Again...

Um. You probably know already that I love our camera. We used it a lot - and I mean, a lot - on our vacation.

Which is wonderful and awful all at the same time.

I won't tell you how many pictures we snapped, but it is also the number of pictures that I need to look through, edit, label and post.

Trust me, it is a quantity that I'm sure even those of you who really, really love me and my children, do NOT want to look through until they are edited in some fashion.

But Portugal was amazing and beautiful and we all had a pretty great time. I will try to share in bits and pieces over the next little while, as I sort through photos and the laundry.

I am working on a whole series of "You Should Live Here" posts before we don't live here anymore, too, so stay with me. It will probably be more quantity than quality, but I will try to make it at least a tiny bit as enthralling as the Oceanarium was to my kids:


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The Amazing Trips said...

Hey CYM: I hope that you are doing well. I love the photo from the aquarium ... the little hands on the glass are awesome.

I was just looking through my archives and happened to see a note from you and I wanted to drop by and tell you that we're growing by another two feet. Baby #5 is due on Christmas Day. So, hurry and catch up!! :)

(I haven't formally announced it on my blog. Well, I did. But then I retracted the post when I realized I should probably tell my boss, first. Especially since I've been slated for a transfer to VA next month!!)

Lei said...

I know what it feels like having a load of pictures to sort through. Mine has grown exponentially over the years and now it seems futile to even try and go back through them all. Thank goodness for an external hard drive.