Friday, February 29, 2008

Borrowed Camera

Yesterday, my son ask me if he could borrow my camera.....

My CAMERA? Being fellow bloggers, you all understand the gravity of this question. Hesitantly, I consented.

When he returned it, I uploaded the pictures, and this is what I found~
The next one is my personal favorite~

He sat the camera up on the dresser and used the timer function (which incidentally, I don't even know how to do) except for the last one in which he just held the camera out in front. Simply Precious:)

Our cat Tigger is truly the most gentle and tolerant cat on the planet. He and my DS are about the same age, Tigger is 6 months younger. They are growing up together and certainly share a special bond. My son often refers to Tigger as his best friend, and it would seem Tigger feels the same way:)

Hope everyone has a Happy LEAP Day!! It is supposed to be warm this weekend and I have potatoes, onions and lettuce to plant so I won't be around very much. Hope you all have a great one and I'll see you in a couple of days~Rhonda

15 comments:

Karen said...

I love it!

Kathleen Grace said...

What great photos! My gosh, I don't even know how to use the timer function on my camera! LOL, what a little genius!

Pat said...

Happy Leap Day to you and hello from Brooklyn, NY! Your son is adorable. I don't know how to use the camera timer either ...wow how did he know how to do that?
Have a great weekend! Patti
PS I enjoyed the Celtic music on your blog.

Brenda said...

Those are sooooo cute!

Cottage Contessa said...

He knows how to use the timer????!!!! He's a GENIUS! Does he make house calls, cause I have no idea how to use this function! Seriously though sweetie, he's a gorgeous boy, I can see why you adore him so! Hope you have a wonderful weekend out pottering in the yard!
Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

TinaTx said...

Cute, cute! Why do those things (using the self-timer) come so easy to kids? I didn't know my camera took b/w photos until my son got ahold of it and didn't change it back (I had to get the book out to figure that one out) and I don't know how to use the timer either.
We were going through some videos one day and came across one my youngest son had made at about the same your son is (he is 21 now) he put the video camera on the floor and made a movie with his ninja turtles!

BittersweetPunkin said...

How adorable Rhonda!! LOVE the photos...I know..I often ask either one of my kiddos some technical question I can't figure out and they always know!
He is too cute...
Hugs,
Robin

Janice said...

I feel the same way as you do about loaning my camera, of all things...lol. BUT, I know you are happy that you did loan it out after seeing those adorable photos! :o)

Valerie said...

Priceless. Beautiful Pictures. Thanks for sharing.

Valerie said...

Priceless. Beautiful Pictures. Thanks for sharing.

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

How CUTE! Isn't is amazing that kids are so quick to figure out electronics? Have fun planting this weekend!
Hugs,
Penny

For Love of Home said...

What a cutie pie! I love the fact he included your kitty!

Vee ~ A Haven for Vee said...

Just popping in from Jan's and I have to say that this is the cutest post I've seen in a long time. Your son is quite the photographer...we could all take some lessons! Love that the cat seems so "involved" too!

Meggie said...

Rhonda: I KNOW I commented to this post but I don't see it. Go figure...blogger has been acting up lately. You little guy is such a character....so cute. I LOVE his photos, especially the last one.

Terri said...

Your boy is quite a photographer!!
Loved all of his photos!
God bless!