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she's two and a half and very much an active, rambunctious, loving toddler! No new artwork. But she can draw faces and some letters and she's just the sweetest smartest little thing ❤️

I am a cashier, and I am lucky that my managers know I prefer to be on the floor bc they use me as a stocker almost every day so no Alli stuck on register all day long!!

we didn't do anything for Easter. I worked shrugs and we couldn't go to my mom's anyway bc they replaced her roof this week. We don't really have Easter traditions anymore... my grandmother died last August, and holiday dinners were always at her house. 😕 

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Topazia... wow, has time flown by that fast?  MacKenzie is two and one half???  I can not believe that so much time has passed.  I am so happy that she is active, rambunctious and loving.  This has everything to do with you.  I am certain that you have given one hundred hours per day to help her develop into the little person she is.

Your manager must know that they will get the most out of you when you are doing more than just be stuck at the register.  Great!  

As for Easter, I am sorry you had to work.  Hopefully, the roof is complete on your parent's home.  I love holiday traditions.  But, due to my career, we never had the tradition on a set day.  Usually, that was because we were always working and not even in the same state or country.  Perhaps you can pick up the tradition and carry it forward.

We have a new member, Scarlett.  She appeared once and I am trying to get the boards to have her posts appear immediately.  

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HAPPY MAY DAY!!! 

This morning, we awoke to snow.  Not much, but it was so cold outside.  BRRRRRR!  I am waiting for the sun to come out and melt the layer of snow.  What a way to start the month of May.

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Easter was quiet over here. We had a little family dinner at home, it was very good!

I have the rest of this week off, and this weekend it's Godzilla film festival time! Gonna watch some giant monsters fight each other for a couple days.

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Check it outtttt my little monster is drawing landscapes! (I drew the animals) 

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LOL!!!  Oh my goodness!  Your "little monster"???  I love the image.  You could have at least given her a few other colours to play with.  

I just love the artwork created by young children.  The artwork is so much fun.

 

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Lol her nickname on twitch and other sites is smallmonster. The endearing kind, like Elmo and Grover are monsters on sesame street. She chose the green! 

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I just love your little girl.  A term of endearment.  MacKenzie seems to have her own mind and this is wonderful.  It will be terrific to have more artwork by our favourite artist.

How is your job?  Are you getting away from the cash register enough for you?  I hope so.

 

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She is absolutely a joy. I do get frustrated when she's misbehaving but she's just learning and trying to play so I try to guide her away instead of getting mad... it's hard sometimes but I'm getting better at it. She definitely has her own mind about a ton of stuff lol! 

Work is good, I have been off register more often than not which is best for me haha I worked enough full time weeks in a row that I'm really full time now, which means I get better insurance options and bigger bonuses every quarter! 

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Topazia... wonderful work news.  Better insurance options and bigger bonuses are a definite plus.  I hope that you are taking something out of your already small paycheck, and putting it towards retirement.  In the end, you will pay a little bit less in taxes.  

I have been looking for a one thousand colour crayon box.  So far, I have not found one, but when I do, I am sending them to MacKenzie, along with a whole lot of drawing paper.  LOL!!!  Perhaps I should find a set of drums for her.  LOL!!!

Yes, growing, exploring and learning young people, can try the patience of their parents.  You sound like you have an immense amount of patience.  I applaud you for the great job you are doing as a mother.  All of your hard work and patience will definitely pay off when she gets older.  It comes when other parents tell you how wonderful your daughter is.  Then you know what a fantastic job you did raising her.

 

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no I'm not putting money aside. I should, I know. we will be soon.

omg MacKenzie would adore that (and so would I, to be honest, love me some crayons) haha please no drums. she has one. she likes it. it makes an excellent stairs. xylo and other instruments, I can't wait to give her music, I'm looking at where to find kid-level instruments since walmart doesn't really have them anymore. she already likes to sing, after all.

I think I'm doing a good job. I'm trying. I think Sean is doing a better job. He's home with her, he does everything. She loves him to death. She's so good. I hope he realizes just how amazing a dad he is.

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also, what a fantastic shot of that fox! is that a yawn?

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You are so right.  It is most definitely a yawn.  The fox was pretty far away and I was using a long telephoto lens.  Even though he was far away, he was still discreetly watching me.  See the following image.  You have to look closely to see his eyes.

 

 

 

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On 5/20/2019 at 1:37 AM, Topazia said:

no I'm not putting money aside. I should, I know. we will be soon.

omg MacKenzie would adore that (and so would I, to be honest, love me some crayons) haha please no drums. she has one. she likes it. it makes an excellent stairs. xylo and other instruments, I can't wait to give her music, I'm looking at where to find kid-level instruments since walmart doesn't really have them anymore. she already likes to sing, after all.

I think I'm doing a good job. I'm trying. I think Sean is doing a better job. He's home with her, he does everything. She loves him to death. She's so good. I hope he realizes just how amazing a dad he is.

 

I know that it is tough, as money is tight, but you really need to have a little bit taken out of your paycheck towards your retirement.  This is so very important.  You will learn to live with a little bit less, but in the long run, you will have a very wonderful nest egg for your retirement years.  Please promise me that you will sign up and take out something towards your future.  Also, please promise me that you will never, ever touch it.  

As for other news, perhaps we should send you a five thousand piece Lego set for MacKenzie.  LOL!!!  Of course, we will need to send you a toy box for all those Lego pieces.  

I am so happy that you and Sean are having fun with MacKenzie.  She seems to be such a happy and wonderful child.  This is because of the terrific job you both as doing as parents.  Music is something that you take with you for life.  Once you have an appreciation for music, it never goes away.  I could never live without music.

Would you please keep us posted on our favourite little girl???

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Not a whole lot new has happened in the last couple weeks, with her. She's still happy and healthy. I'm still tired everyday bc that child wakes up at 7 every. Single. Day. *cries* Sean is losing weight and working on getting back into shape. I'm super proud of him, he's lost almost 15 pounds in like three weeks. 

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Congratulations to Sean.  Losing weight is so very difficult.  Getting in shape is a perfect way to prolong your life.  Try to avoid running and swim or bicycle instead.  You only have so much cartilage in your knees and hips.  Swimming and bicycling have so much less of an impact on those two joints.  

Children can wear you out.  They have endless energy and seem to have batteries installed.  I love it that she is up early every single morning.  LOL!!!  That is my kind of girl.  I am up by 04H00 every single morning.  If I was to wake up after that, I would feel like I missed half of the day.  I have no idea what it is like to sleep in.  LOL!!!  If you lived close, I would be your morning baby sitter so you could sleep.

Not much is happening with me, I am busy taking courses.  These are just for fun.  I enjoy learning new things. When I am not studying, I am out taking photographs and attempting to learn how to take these images better.  

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I love the gorgeous photos! I'm finding that flowers and nature are my favorite things to photograph so far.

Work is in a rough patch, we're very short-handed and people are off on vacation every week, but we'll hopefully get more hires soon! Until then, we're scraping by x.x I hope everyone is doing well!

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Welcome back!  I am so sorry to hear that work is extremely tough.  With people taking off for a week, it makes things so difficult.  I hope that you get some new hires or the return of some people soon.  

Yes, flowers are wonderful subjects.  I am attempting to try and photograph flowers in a different view, or with different lighting, just to make people wonder, what is that.  These flowers were really attracting my attention and I just had to try and take their pictures.  Today I am heading out to photograph some cactus.  There is this one cactus with an enormous amount of blooms.  I am hoping that I can capture a good photograph of them.

What else is happening with you?  Are you getting ready for the Fourth of July pyrotechnics celebration?

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We are! The demo show at the place we get our stash is next weekend, so we'll be stocking up then.

The game I've been waiting for comes out the weekend after that, so I'm excited for that! Otherwise, things are all quiet over here 😆

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This year, you need to bring your tripod and take fireworks photographs.  We will be waiting!  I am not a pyrotechnics person.  So, you will have so many, many more fireworks to play with.

Quiet is good.  Would you please let us know how the game goes?  

Not much is happening here.  Life is very calm and I am happy that there is no drama.

We just had a thunderstorm at sunset.  The rainbow was gorgeous, then the sky went dramatic orange.

 

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Then just a few minutes later the sky looked like this.  This was not edited in any way.  This was the actual colour of the sky.

 

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such beautiful pictures! MacKenzie is doing well, she's starting to figure out how pedals work on her trike! And Sean has continued to lose weight. getting close to 20lbs off!

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Oh my goodness.  MacKenzie on a tricycle!  She is going to love the ability to move around at high speed!  We must see a picture, please.

Sean is losing more weight?  WOW!  I wish that I had that ability.  

Thank you for the comment on the photographs.  I appreciate your input.

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Today I drew grass and she drew flowers in it! 20190621_144936.thumb.jpg.238a74f76cbb82c64fe9d14eb813815d.jpg

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WOW!!!  MacKenzie, I love this drawing!  Fantastic!  Thank you for posting the image.  MacKenzie is our favourite little girl?  

How is life treating you, Topazia?  How is work?  How is life?

Not much to going on here.  I have been out collecting rocks and having so much fun whilst doing it.  

 

 

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 Life is great! Work is fun! I'm hardly on register so I'm a happy girl! 😁 and MacKenzie is the sweetest little thing and so mischievous lol getting into everything! 

I'm having a lot of fun streaming on twitch and running the community we started there. I've met so many amazing people and made friends I'd never have encountered otherwise. 

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You have managed to work yourself into a much better position away from the register.  Excellent!!!  I am thrilled to know that you were able to make yourself happy in your job.

What topic are you streaming on Twitch?  It would be great to watch you.  Would you please let me know how to find you there?

MacKenzie is at such a great age.  It always excites me to see the wonder of seeing and learning something new.  You can just see the wonder in their little eyes.  This is so nice to see.  Treasure these moments as she will soon be a teenager.  LOL!!!  I remember those teenage years.  How my parents ever lived through my teenage years, I will never know.  

Nothing exciting is happening.  I am swimming laps every day and this is not as much fun as running, but it is definitely much easier on your body then running.  The only other little drawback is that you always have the possibility of drowning.  This is not the case with running.  LOL!!!  I guess that I am just going to have to adapt to being a fish and like it.  

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It's vacation season at work, and between that and general shift changes, it's been hectic x.x I'm tired but things outside of work are cool, at least!

4th of July was cut a little short this year. Firstly, we started pretty late because our dog Moose goes nuts when he hears fireworks so we can't bring him with us, but we also don't want to leave him and Pippin alone for too long, so we just go over for the evening now. Also, it kept raining off and on. Not just little showers, either, it was coming down pretty hard! We still managed to get stuff exploded, though!

The game is out and it is a ton of fun! It's an online game so I play with a bunch of my friends, we're having a blast.

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- Kat -, we are very happy to see you!!!  You are are number one pyrotechnic friend!!!  I am sorry to hear that it rained, but at least you did have some time to send off some fireworks.  We went to the city display and some of their fireworks started fires.  At least it is the fire department that is conducting the fireworks, so we know that they have the ability to take care of the fires.  I will post a couple of images after the post.

Yes, animals do not understand the fireworks.  I am happy that you are so kind to your pets and do not leave for long at this time.  The booms are pretty scary.  

Ouch, I totally understand the situation at your workplace.  It is quite frustrating.  Everyone wants to take their time off during the summer.  This means that almost the entire summer, the workplace is short-staffed.  That is so difficult.  Soon if will be fall again, and the employees will be back at work.  Your work anniversary will be here soon.  Only four months to go.  You are racking up the years!  

I am happy the wait for your online game was worth it.  Enjoy yourself!  

At the end of the week, I head to London for the airshow and it will be time to take lots and lots of photographs of airplanes.  There will be an incredible amount of aircraft from all over the world at this airshow and I am really excited to see what this year will bring.  Each year is better and better, so I am quite excited to attend.  

Are you still taking photographs?  We would love to see some.

Please stop in and visit more often.  It is always terrific to see you and hear about what is happening in your life.

 

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Those are gorgeous! I can't wait to see your airplane photos!

I am still taking photos as well, though lately I've been suffering from a lack of time to go places to take any good new ones. My teacher and I have been trying to schedule a day to go to the zoo, but between inclimate weather and my weird work schedule, it's been hard to find a day we're both free. We're not giving up, though!

Work has honestly been pretty stressful this last week. There's been some changes in staffing and scheduling that seem to be playing into some pretty blatant favoritism and are leaving four people (including me) with the short end of the stick in favor of catering to one person. I'm going to talk to our HR rep about it next week and see what can be done. If nothing else, I feel a bit better that all of my coworkers are in my corner and all of us who are being suspiciously jerked around are sticking together.

Our other concern right now is my mom, who has been having issues with her eye and is fairly sure she's got a detaching retina. Of course, she found this out on Wednesday night, so between Thursday being a holiday and most doctors offices being closed Friday as well, she hasn't really been able to make an appointment anywhere. Hopefully, she can get in somewhere on Monday. As long as it's taken care of in a timely manner it shouldn't be too big of an issue, but it can get serious if we don't take care of it.

I've been babysitting a leopard gecko this week for some family friends while they're out of town and it reminds me of how much I love having a gecko! She's very cute and it's fun to watch her prowl around her tank hunting for crickets. But I already have almost all the supplies for a beta fish, which I also really want, so that will be my next pet investment. More geckos and hammies in the future, though! My dream is to live somewhere that has enough room for me to house all sorts of fun little pets that I can comfortably afford to care for and spend time with. With a couple cats and a dog as well, of course.

I do love checking in here and seeing how everyone is doing. I will make a point to do it more often!

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Thank you for your kind words.  I decided not to follow the myriad of advice that was offered on the internet, and went back to what I learnt in my old film days with a manual camera.  For me, it was all about shutter speed.  LOL!!!   It will be fun to see what I come out with.

Welcome to the corporate world.  I am sorry that there is favouritism, but this is something that will happen no matter what corporation you work for.  I hope that you can get this resolved for you and your fellow employees.  Please keep us posted.

I am so sorry to hear about your mother.  It is very important that she see her doctor as soon as the offices open up.  You are so right, this is so important.  We will keep your mother in our prayers until you let us know that she is okay.  

We love it when you stop in.  Please post some of your photographs.  I am happy that you and your teacher will be getting together for the zoo trip.  We will be waiting for your zoo photographs.

 

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I understand that! It seems like the advice I see online never works for me, I just have to mess with settings myself. Shutter speed is one I still kind of struggle with, it seems like even if I set the others to what I think should work my shutter speed is always really slow.

I will keep you updated on the work situation. I really think that with all of us coming to them about it, they can't ignore it and things will change.

She has an appointment tomorrow morning, which was the earliest she could get in. It seems strange that nobody could get her in earlier when this seems serious, but at least she has an appointment now.

I will definitely share zoo photos once I get them! I'm excited~

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- Kat -, that is a perfect question for your teacher.  He can give you several situations to make you think about how to increase your shutter speed when it comes out too slow.  For the fireworks, I wanted to have my shutter open for at least three seconds to five seconds, but I did not want the image to become too bright.  So, I decided that I would under-expose the image.  If I had used an Neutral Density filter, then I would have had drastically different results.  Of course, I was just trying to see what would happen.  It was a very good learning experience.

A group is a much stronger force to be reckoned with.  Good luck on this.  I just know you will succeed.

I am shaking my head at doctors and getting someone in to see them when there is a real problem.  It is good that your mother will be in there tomorrow.  We are saying lots of prayers for your mother.

The zoo... I have three images of a hippopotamus that was watching me watch him or her.  It was pretty interesting.  I will search for those images.

 

 

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It's definitely something I want to talk to my teacher about. I've also noticed that it's hard to gauge my exposure compensation because what it shows on the back screen may look fine but when I upload the pictures they're waaaay over exposed. I'm sure some of it is just getting more used to the camera and what the view looks like versus what the actual upload will look like, but I'm still going to ask for tips!

Mom's appointment was today. She was partially right in that some of the goop that keeps her retina attached had come apart, but it looks like the rest of it has already started to seal up so nothing more should be coming apart. The bad news is that the big hardened glop that detached is pretty much permanently in her eye now and she'll always have a floater spot there. They could laser it into smaller chunks but they'd still be there, and it's possible it might break up naturally itself over time but again it would just be smaller spots instead of the larger one she has. She also gets light flashes if she moves her eyes too sharply because of it. I feel awful for her because I know that would drive me insane and she's already been struggling with it while we were waiting for an appointment. Now that she knows it's permanent she's just accepting it but I'm sure it's still bothering her.

I excitedly await the hippo pictures!

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Absolutely, ask all the questions that enter your mind.  This is how you learn.  We are excited to see your next set of images.  You should have the ability to change your  monitor brightness.  I would ask this questions.  

Oh my!  I am so very sorry to hear about your mother's eyesight.  I do understand that many people life their life with a floater.  From what I understand, you will get accustomed to the floater and kind of see "around" it and not really notice it.  Hopefully, this will be what happens in your mother's situation.  

At the moment, I am in Mount Rainier and will post the hippo photographs as soon as I return home.

 

 

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Mom's follow-up appointment went well, they confirmed that everything is pretty much sealed off and shouldn't really get any worse. She hasn't mentioned it since then, though she's always been good at suffering in silence. I hope it's because it hasn't been hard for her to work around it though.

My last photography lesson was at the zoo! Here are some of the pictures I think came out best. They are unedited so far, because I'm still kind of insecure about my editing abilities ^^; I think they can be polished up really nicely, though! I'm excited because I think a few of these are not only technically competent, but actually have some artistry to them as well. Which is what I'm most excited about in photography!

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...I did not realize it would post those so huge. My apologies :x Horatio, if this is too big, you can delete that post and I'll make a new one with smaller images or see if I can get them to post as clickable samples or something.

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I also realized too late that I picked the wrong one of those snake pictures. For the smaller red one, imagine that the snake isn't blurry, and that's what the right one looks like.

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LOL!!!   They are not huge enough!  These are absolutely wonderful.  My favourite images are... all of them!  You have done an incredible job at capturing all of these animals.  The toads are terrific, the tongue on the goat is a perfect touch, the parrot hiding his head and the penguins, lemur, orangutang, and snakes are superb.  I know that you will figure out the editing, but honestly, these are not in need of much in the way of post-processing.  Thank you so very much for posting these.

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Thank you for the update on your mother.  Hopefully, your mother is not suffering with any eye trouble.  I hope that the doctor has fixed the problem.  Would you  please keep us posted on your mother?  We would like to make sure all is okay with her.

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I will definitely let you know know how things progress! Right now she's pretty stable in terms of her eyes (and everything else) but if anything changes I'll let you know.

Thank you for your kind words! It's exciting to see improvement after each lesson. Now that I'm understanding more how to use the camera and what exactly CAN be done with it, I'm getting more ideas about what I WANT to do with it.

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Thank you for keeping us in mind with anything happening in your life.  We always want to know.  Stable is very good on your mother's condition.  

Would you like to give us an idea of where you would like to direct your focus with the camera?  There are also fun things that you can try at home.  If we can tear you away from your latest game.

 

 

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I have had the most fun photographing organic things so far, and things in closer shots. Animals, flowers, or just general things in nature. I did also have fun doing the skyline photography and night photography, but I think when I have a specific focus of the image that I can understand I'm better at knowing how exactly to photograph it.

If you have any suggestions for exercises to do around home, please let me know! I feel like I've kind of exhausted all the photo opportunities I have around here.

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Oh my goodness, I repeat the same things over and over again, trying to improve.  There are lots of exercises that I will give you to do.  It would be easy to think of one different exercise each week.

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Perhaps another night photography session would be appropriate with your instructor.  He can give you some ideas on how to create a specific focus for your night photography.

 

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Photography is such a fun hobby. I'd do more if I had the time. As it is, I'm a busy busy bee lol

You have a great eye, Kat! You could go far if you keep it up! 

 

Alli update- I'm good, still working, still parenting, still streaming. MacKenzie just turned 3, and she was very very happy with her birthday this year. She got an indoor/outdoor princess castle tent and has decided it's the coolest bed ever (it's not, but at some point I'm more interested in a rested toddler than a toddler in a bed) lol

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Oh my goodness, MacKenzie is so beautiful.  Three years old, Happy Birthday to our favourite little princess, with her new castle!  I bet it is the most fantastic castle a little girl could ever have.  Yes, I totally agree.  A rested toddler is a happy mother.  LOL!!!  If MacKenzie can sleep in the tent and she loves it, then by all means this is the way to go.  

Did you know that MacKenzie has your eyes and smile?  It is a definite sign exactly who this little princess belongs to!  LOL!!!

Just how you work, parent and keep your sanity, I have no idea.  You have so much on your plate.  Just hearing about your schedule makes me tired.  Of course, taking care of such a wonderful toddler like MacKenzie can give you lots of joy and makes you not realise just how tired you are.  

For other news, - Kat - is such a talented photographer.  I do believe that she will go places with her photography, if she wants.  You can see how she has captured the essence of each and every animal.  I kept thinking that this or that photograph was my favourite and then I would look at the next one.  There were little nuances in each photograph that made it more special than the one before it.  I hope - Kat - continues with her photography.

Not much is happening out in the west, I hope life in Florida remains calm and no serious hurricanes hit the coast.  That would be good for both of us.  We are just installing our new pool screen.  If a hurricane takes this one down, I am filling in the swimming pool with dirt and making it a permanent frog spa.  The only good news is that we have a whole house generator and this will make life so very nice should we lose electricity from a hurricane.  I really do not want to try it out, but life will be good if this is the case.  The only drawback, we might be making coffee for the entire neighbourhood when they see we have electricity and they do not.  

Thank you for posting a wonderful image of our favourite little princess.  Happy Birthday to MacKenzie.

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