The girls came for breakfast this morning wearing their home made fleece lined sweater we gave them for Christmas. And of course as soon as they finished breakfast they were outside playing. They are pretty inseparable and I love that.
Not real, but on my coffee table. It feels like spring is actually going to come. It won't be long now and I will be photographing lots of flowers - I hope. The deer have enjoyed our garden this winter. I planted three roses under my office window so I will watch them closely to see if they survived.
I know it looks like Christmas morning but the girls had pyjama day at school and when I picked them up after school, Uncle Harold had a treasure hunt ready for them. It was a long treasure hunt. They were having a hoot reading all the clues and figuring them out. The treasure at the end was a big chocolate princess for each of them. Then they headed outside to help Uncle Harold finish an Olaf snow man which will likely be all melted by tomorrow.
The obligatory pool shot because Grandma wants to put this one in the coffee table book!
I am putting it in the 365 for today because I didn't pick up my camera after our 1 am return to the cold north. I am not even sure I knew where my camera is today but it will surface.
Stay tuned for the usual - deer or food.
When we landed in Calgary on our way home I asked Norah if she wanted to see the cockpit and she did, so she got her photo with the pilot.
You know how dark the cockpit of a plane can be at night so for you camera people, this was shot at 6400 ISO. Love my Canon 5D Mk IV