I think the best part of this experience is when I picked up the roll from the store and Eric and I looked through the photos in the parking lot, such a flashback to our youth. While the photos were nothing earth shattering there were some good shots, some terrible shots and some "meh" shots. Overall the whole experience was fun and totally nostalgic. How old school do these photos look?!
Elise and me on Halloween
Cordelia and Elise playing dress-up. Doesn't it look like Cordelia is pointing to my thumb in the photo? She wasn't. She was pointing to the infinite beyond and my thumb got in the way of this and three other photos.
No, Elise is not floating with the balloon---but it totally looks that way doesn't it?!
Meghan (click here) and I met online while she and her family were living in Japan. When they came back to the states we were able to meet in person. I also got to meet her husband Ian and darling daughter Bea.
While Elise is probably a lefty she certainly is not letting a little things like a broken arm get in the way of her creativity.
Cordelia and Elise in the Smith's (Elise calls it Miffs) shopping cart. When I go to this store I will park next to a cart return with one of these insane car carts. Experience has taught me to grab one when I can, because if they are out inside the store the girls are super bummed. Plus they are so darn cute in there, never mind the fact that those carts are so very cumbersome.
Eric and Elise carving pumpkins.
On the road to Powell, Wyoming. Look at that green!
Eric holding a record on Halloween night. How old school does this photo look? The only giveaway is the iphone.
Kew (with the napkin hat), Merina and Cordelia.
My mother with her adoring
Heart Mountain in northern Wyoming. How beautiful is that grass in the foreground? It has such a painterly quality. I think this is my absolute favorite photo from the whole roll of film.