Saturday, September 3, 2011

Sharing Saturday - Moments

It's one of those things no one can seem to explain.  The computer breaks down, gets replaced, the replacement works fine a day or two, the replacement won't turn on, the replacement goes back to be fixed, but they can't find anything wrong as it works every time they turn it on.  The replacement comes back home, doesn't turn on...again.  The hubby replaces the cord, the replacement works once again.  A day later, it won't turn on again.  Arrrghhhh!!!  Anyway, my hubby got it working for now -- which is why I thought it to be a good time to pop in on my blog, before figuring this PC out ... again.   

With Cody's school starting later than usual this year, we were recently able to have family visit for a bit, and then take a couple side trips ourselves.  This week we got to spend a bit of time in St. Charles, MO.  I've been wanting to check it out for a couple years now, since moving to Illinois, but this just seemed to be the perfect time to go -- aside from the stifling heat.  Anyway, I thought I'd share some photos my "photographer" husband took while we were there.  You can check out more of his work at CUSmile Production.  It's amazing how a great photo can give you a completely new experience of those moments you previously thought were only temporary.

Did I mention it's our Anniversary today?!
I'm blowing kisses & best wishes to my husband & best friend -- I love you!

Hopefully I'll be able to post a few of my projects in the next few days that I've been working on. 
Until then...Best wishes for a beautiful day!  Lisa


  1. St. Charles looks like a lovely place to visit. Don't you just hate it when computers don't work right! Sooooo frustrating.

  2. Oh so lovely! I am wanting to go visit there and sit and have a bite to eat!

  3. Just saying hi...I was cleaning my craft room and had to look at yr organization, in your older posts..All I can say is wow! take care, gerri

  4. you hubby makes wonderful photos, that place looks awesome! and about computers: taking nicely to them seems to help, lol!


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