I have just updated my website www.kristamosbyphotography.com and I would really like to get your opinion on how it is working. Did it load quickily? Is it easy to navigate? Easy or difficult to read? Bring it on, I can take it!
Also on my blog….My DH has complained that it is difficult to leave feedback. I have noticed with other blogs you have to be persistant on your “posting feedback” button. Is this the same with you? Any suggestions?
You guys are awesome! Thanks!
A few random photos with DOF. I love taking pictures like this. They are just fun.
Sam enjoying his ice cream. I know he wishes that he could eat that right now but after several rounds of throwing up he is not feeling it. Oh, Sam has the 24 hour bug. The kids always get sick when Bob goes out of town. It is standard. Par for the course. The norm. Carter has had it and Sophia thinks she is going to avoid it. Pretty much told her that ain’t gonna happen.
Isn’t it pretty? I did that about 2 months ago. I tripped going up the stairs with a load of wood. Yes, it hurt. Yes, I cussed. Alot. Several times. Over and over again.
Carter, he just cracks me up. Goof ball.
The fam. Well part of it. Carter can be found connected to his DS, completely tuning out the rest of the world. Don’t you just love the matching shirts, showing our support for our wrestling team.
Ty and Sam showing of their wresting trophies and ribbons….again love the DOF.
Tiny little daffodils. they were soooo cute! Unfortunatly they are not real sharp. It was pretty muddy and I was trying to avoid laying down on the ground.
ooops….there goes Sam again.
It was a big day in the Mosby household. After many days of practicing to tie his shoes, we have have finally accomplished it. When I say we, I mean WE! The tears. The drama. The stomping of feet and storming out of the room in frustration. And that was just me, you can only imagine what Carter was doing. I was seriously beginning to think that he was never going to be able to go to college. Surely there is not a single perons in college who cannot tie their own shoes, and my son was not going to be the first. Of course the answer to that was, well, not go to college. Simple as that! That is where we were headed this morning after the last “episode”.
The first big step, notce the smile.
Notice the concentration. Tongue in cheek. He gets that from his dad.
Working that tongue
I was coming home from work and running a little late so I called the house to let the boys know and the little voice answers the phone. Hello? This kills me because he is anything but quiet and he says to me ” I tied my shoes today.” YEAH!!!!! This is cause for celebration and ice cream!
They can all swim, ride a bike and now tie their shoes.
Our work here is done.
“I talk to him when I’m lonesome like; and I’m sure he understands. When he looks at me so attentively, and gently licks my hands; then he rubs his nose on my tailored clothes, but I never say naught thereat. For the good Lord knows I can buy more clothes, but never a friend like that.”
W. Dayton Wedgefarth
My mother and I went on a faith based mission trip in 2007 to South Africa. It was a wonderful experience and I really, really, really want to go back. So when a co-worker of mine just got back from Uganda and I was looking at her photos I had to dig out some of mine.
This is a photo of the 2 of us at Cape of Good Hope (captain obvious huh?) and probably the best trip we ever took together. Not one argument took place. HONEST. and for us that is a record.
The meeting of two oceans.
Very blue and VERY cold.
We left 3 days after Thanksgiving for 2 weeks with a team of 20 people for all over the country, all different ages. We spent most of our days in the communities providing Christmas for almost 5000 children. It was the most amazing experience to see God at work.
Thank you so much for everyones kind and encouraging comments. Love it!
I have not blogged in a while. It’s not that I haven’t wanted to, I have had all these “wonderful” things that run through my mind that I want to write/type about. I then talk myself out of it. No one will be intersted in that. No great scenery photos. No craft project in the works. What I have been doing is painting, cleaning, moving, selling stuff on craigs list….Nothing that I really wanted to photograph. The only time it seems lately that I take photos are at wrestling matches, basketball games and some function that I am toting my kids back and forth to.
So that is what you are going to see.
Sam at his wrestling match.
This is a picture of Sophia in a Who Dunnit play….I think I have seen this look many time…..MMMOOOOOMMMM!
The REALLY homely goat.
Carter at Massanutten Ski resort. This is so typical of him.
And there is my husband doing something, not sure what it is. Being a big kid.
The more you sweat in practice, the less you bleed in battle. ~Author Unknown