Saturday, January 29, 2011

It's Tate's 'whorl' and we're just living in it....

So my blogging has slowed down lately, and it has a little to do with me being pregnant/tired and a lot to do with my photography skills and Tate's, shall we say, "independence."

For example, on an unseasonably warm January day today, we decided to go on an adventure by riding the train to downtown Dallas and just seeing where the day would take us. It would make for a lovely blog post except that when I went to download the pictures I realized....well, see for yourself...

Riding the train...

Checking out all of the pre-Super Bowl activities...

Sitting on the patio of Sonny Bryan's and watching the trains go by...

I swear that really is Tate we took with us today! He just doesn't cooperate with pictures anymore, so this is all I get...

2 comments:

KJ Druyvesteyn said...

Thanks for making me feel better about my photography skills!

Maybe you should do a post like "Flat Stanley." You know, where you take a picture of Tate in various places in Texas but yours would be the back of Tate's head around the state. Something to think about!

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