Morning out there!
Or, good afternoon to my readers in Europe!
It is March again. Springtime! It is a feeling of spring in the air, and pretty soon it will be spring for real. Yes, even I think it will be lovely! I am done with winter for this year.
I am also PISSED off at this winter. WHY did we not get a lot of snow? I am so disappointed!
I wanted more of the white stuff. All we got was a couple of little, paltry winter-storms. OK, one was pretty bad. But, still...
It's been so cold, but hardly no snow.
Oh well, time to look forward to a lovely spring now.
I hope it wont get HOT too soon. I hope it will be a long, mild spring that will lead in to a warm summer. I know, it never gets to be a WARM summer here, it is always HOT. But still, one can hope...
Enough blabbering from me now.
I thought we would take another look at my OLD pictures today. Last week I showed you a bunch of early digi-pictures that were taken with my first digital Minolta camera. My second digital camera was a Kodak, and that Kodak camera was awesome. It took such great pictures (for being around 2003-04). I have no idea how many megapixels the camera had. It broke when we were in DC for the fourth of July 2004. A short lived, but great little camera.
March, 2003. Cherry Blossom Festival in DC. Karolina is part of the Georgia State Society's Cherry Blossom Court (Peter's parents are from GA).
Karolina and I at the same party.
Atlanta in April 2003.
Christmas in Sweden 2003. All gals dressed in red. Sara, my aunt, Lisa (sister in law) and my mom.
In 2003 I was crazy about turtleneck sweaters...
Karolina was visiting Ebba's school for the day (while we were in Sweden for Christmas). She can still talk about it, and the good, good food they served in the school cafeteria. Unkown boy and girl, Ebba, Karolina and Emma (Emma is the daughter of my dear friend Anette, and she was also class mate with Ebba).
Karolina around age seven.
Karolina was crazy about her Junie B. Jones books.
SO cute, Karolina 6 in first grade, and our neighbor Abby, 9 in fourth grade. Abby will graduate high school this summer. Time does fly...
Mother's Day 2003.
Peter and Karolina at the Outer Banks in North Carolina, 2004.
The same Swedish gals that I still hang out with; Lotta, Sara and I in Georgetown.
Swedish visitors when Karolina turned eight.