Tuesday, July 29, 2008

THINGS I HAVE LEARNED ON THE FIRST DAY WITH THE SALSA TWINS...

I need a new camera.... one that takes fast moving targets....

The sweet little gals are really as adorable in real life as they seem on the their blog.... So are Mary-Mia and her awesome husband Rod.

GOOD PEOPLE, I tell you!!!

9 comments:

Catherine said...

LOL! I totally understand! Went for a visit earlier this year and learned the camera problem and then bought a new one before my return trip. Spending time with my nieces and nephews plus the twinadoes helped me realize just how many pics of the backs of heads my camera was taking!

Glad you're having such a great time!! You're so right friend...you're with top notch peeps and I'm so glad you're able to spend this time together!! Enjoy....and hugs for all of you from Cafrin.

Chrissy, said...

I linked over and they look so so cute. How lucky to spend the day together. Call us for a playdate. Were pretty stocked with girl things here.

Joannah said...

Have a great time!

Kayce said...

Fun Fun!! Hope we can meet up.

Gracencameronsmomy said...

Hey, how long are you in town for? I could come down...
Lisa

Shannon said...

I'm looking into the camera Tiffany has Nikon D40 DSLR. Then again, M3 is queen of picture taking/camera knowledge. Be sure to spread her advice! Enjoy the salsa lovin'!!! =)

a Tonggu Momma said...

They do seem like fast-moving tornadoes, don't they??? I'm glad y'all had fun!

As to the camera, I just recently received a Canon Rebel and love it, but lots of people prefer the moderately priced Nikon DSL instead.

Cindy and Co. said...

So glad your having fun...I had to upgrade my camera after the baby was born and am still having the "more nimble than a speeding shutter...faster than a red eye flash" problem here.

Joan said...

Lisa,
I had a dream last night about you and Tate. In the dream you and I worked in the same office. We had blue and grey cubicles and you were on the phone. You were talking with your daughter in China. You were smiling and were able to converse with her. You weren't speaking Chinese but doing alot of smiling and nodding. I don't know how I knew it was your daughter except maybe by your smile.

Have a great visit!