What you do in your house is worth as much as if you did it up in heaven for our Lord God. We should accustom ourselves to think of our position and work as sacred and well-pleasing to God, not on account of the position and work, but on account of the word and faith from which the obedience and the work flow. ~ Martin Luther

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

4 years ago today....and.....Today

As if pink eye wasn't enough, just when that got better, I got a two-day migraine that decided to lay down stakes in my eyeballs. I am feeling MUCH better today though. I went to bed without supper last night but let me tell you~ I SNARFED the leftovers for lunch. yum. *burp*

Because of the pink eye/migraine situation (Pink eye is all gone now, btw) I haven't picked up my camera in...oh....week and a half pry. This, my friends, is astounding for me.

And with no new pictures to post, I am left without inspiration with which to write.

But still, I love my bloggy blog and wouldn't want it to feel abandoned, so I raided my archived photos just so that I could post today.

(I am SO lame.)

These photos were from this day in 2006: those horrible worthless/cheap scanner, pre-digital, pre-fancy-camera days of old.

My goodness, my photos have come along way since the start of this blog. Wow. Makes me feel like deleting all archives up until this past year....

but then, I would miss this darling face.

Trust me, this is the best photo of the bunch. Bunch meaning: first three years of blogging.
Don't even THINK about going back to 2005. That was the day of the crappy-holds only five photos-digital camera days. In fact, I had a BURN crappy digital cameras party that year. If you really want to know, that horrible camera was why I LOATHED digital cameras and why I refused to go the digital route after that awful digital experience way back when. It's a sorry fact, my friends.

Awwww....little Corynn was just so stinkin' precious back then with her flippy little blonde pigtails and her wide open mouthed grin.

I miss that nice bay window that gave such fabulous photo lighting. I would just pull the sheer curtains closed and have at it.

Something else occurs to me: my hair is the exact same length now as it was four years ago! How is that POSSIBLE?!?! I think I might have trimmed my hair four times since then (like 1/2 inch EACH time.) My hair grows at about the same speed as Halley's comet orbits.

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