know think I keep Snapfish in business. Yes, just me and me alone. No one else. Just me.
I stock pile all of my photos until I have a mother of a picture load to develop. As I was going through this mother load I came across this fun end of summer concert in the parking lot (yes Parking Lot not Park because we are that raw) that the Botut crew attended.
There were other non-wall holding males there. Well, they were the performers and kind of had to step away from the wall.
And the cook….he couldn’t wall hug.
Ok, ok so males aren’t the only wall huggers at social events. I found a female and Mr. Pavlov was all too happy to admit her into the club.
And once the euphoria wore off Mr. Pavlov was actually able to watch the concert with his new wall buddy.
And still another female keeper of the wall.
In addition to all of the bricks in the wall and music there were other things that caught my camera.
Like wild hair.
And child torture.
A cute, sweaty, non-wall hugging male.
And somehow it caught this kiss.
And since I was already yanked from the safety of behind my lense, I took up a wall spot with my newly recruited baby girl. However, I was not ready to be just another brick…yet.
But as I went to get the camera from my cute, sweaty son I caught a whiff of something and my beloved daughter was there to capture the innocence on his face and the contortion in mine.
I quickly forgot about my singed nasal hairs when I saw two cuties splish, splashing away.
I have a tendency to get into the photo capturing moment and forget about anything else….like say, safety. I’ve been getting better and actually thought to look around for electrical wires this time after snapping only one, single, solo photo. Once determining that the coast was clear for these splish, splashing babes to continue with their puddle play, I snapped another photo.
Two members of the Botut crew thought they could slip away. But the camera always knows.
They just kept walking….
I didn’t even try a counter move because I’m at the age where I would likely displace my bladder.
I decided to take a rest. By the wall.