Thursday, August 7, 2008

C.J.=Chloe Joy

A few mornings ago, I woke up and went out back to take some pictures of my hummingbirds. Chloe was eating breakfast and watching Sesame Street. Can you see the hummingbird below?He's on the wire, close to the tree. I don't have a zoom lens or this picture would be better. I keep hinting to Matt, "Did you see my hummingbird pictures? I'd be able to get them better if I had a zoom lens." He doesn't say anything. I put my feeder up on Sat. and already have 3 hummingbirds. I love hummingbirds, they are so funny to watch.

After watching the hummers, I went back inside and brought Chloe out to play. Since it was going to be one thousand degrees in a few hours, I thought I'd give her some outside time while it was still cool. She loves the outdoors.

This picture on my computer is much better, her eyes really pop. I am just starting to figure out the focus area when I am zoomed in on a face. I keep cutting off the tops of heads.
When Chloe gets mad she throws herself backwards usually resulting in her banging her head. Last week, she threw herself back and busted her head on a window frame. On Sunday, she threw herself back, while on the recliner, flipped out of it, hitting the end table on her way down resulting in an injury to her side. I just let her scream, but Mat ran to her aid. I don't have any sympathy for her when she does that; throws herself backwards. Anyways, she is looking at her ouchie. Keep in mind she reminds me of her ouchie approximately 100 times a day. This is what I hear, "Ouwa, ouwwa, ouwwa.... " On and on until I respond, "Are you ok Chloe?" She always says, "YEP!"
Looking down the hill at the neighbor's dog.

She had sidewalk chalk. It got all over her hands and she kept rubbing her face. She looks smurf'ish.
She's blue.
Notice her injury on her right side?

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For Christ's love compels us, because we are convinced that one died for all, and therefore all died. -Corinthians 5:14