These pictures were taken after Molly got home from the groomers....she always has a "big time attitude"
& won't give either of us the time of day for a few hours! It's like she is totally p.o'd because we left her there all day!
Today is our anniversary & I have decided this post will be my version about how we met.......Popster's version would more than likely not be the same but that's how we roll!
It was new year's eve 1963....yikes!.......I was a telephone operator in a little town called Huntingdon in England. It was about 3 miles from Alconbury, an amercan air force base. All calls went thru our switchboard including ones from the base so consequently we got to know all the GIs. we would meet them at the Nickel Coin.........pictured here during our coffee..... or should I say tea?....breaks & lunch hours. Whenever some newbies were transfered in they would be brought to town to meet the local girls.
It was not "love at first sight"......I thought he was kinda nerdy & he thought I was a "stuck-up english broad"! It was a few weeks later when he asked me to go to the movies that I realized he wasn't so "nerdy", so I guess we'll call it "…
This week's assignment was to take a picture having the subject in focus & the background out of focus but having enough detail in it that it is still part of the overall shot.
These are my shots I'm using.....all ones I have obviously taken earlier except for the last one of Molly. It was taken earlier this week but I did some editing in photo-shop. I kinda like the way it looks considering I only spent about 10 mins doing it!
These were taken around 1:30PM & I guess I didn't believe we really get any accumulation .....never assume anything! By the time it was over we had about 1-1/2 to 2 inches....even more further east of us. Made for an interesting evening commute with lots of fender benders. I find it very hard to believe that anyone who lives in the "Great Northeast" has to relearn every stinkin' year how to drive in the snow!!!!
I had my photography class last night & wasn't going to let a little snow stop me......I just took Popster 4-wheel drive SUV!