Feb 18, 2009

Having Fun on a Rainy Day

AT THE SHORE
Wind Speed: 10 knots
Wind Direction: S
Sea State: Choppy
Condition: Waist high
Ocean Temp: 39 F
Wave Height: 5 ft.


Now Playing:Radio of the 1920's. (you can turn it off if you don't like it )





We decided to make a Hansel and Gretel House from cake and candy. And when it was done we wanted photos for posterity! Most important you know, but even more important to a small kidlette like the famous Anonymous Kid, is that you have to add bunny ears to each and every photo... OF EVERYTHING!!!





If I was a famous photographer and took photos of famous people, the Queen for instance, somehow, someway, she would find a way to get those bunny ears in that photo. Its a fact.

I expect when she grows up her wedding photos will have bunny ears on everyone too.


Well, spoke too soon , didn't I? There she is at Buckingham Palace doing her thing.




Someone had to do it I suppose.




I just love photoshop.

(and if her wedding photos don't have bunny ears, I can always add them. hehehehe)

3 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for letting me know the history behind my postcard! I got so excited when I read that! My friends and I went to google maps today and tried to find the house on the map. We saw the satellite view and it looks like a big old house! I'm assuming the street was supposed to be named Ocean but she misspelled it on the postcard! Let me know when you do a post on Lakewood!

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  2. Hi Annie,
    Cindy is full of surprises and I am so glad I stopped by to take a look, more like being by the seaside in the early turn of the century. You have such a very lovely blog and I couldn’t turn the music off particularly when “Oh Rita” came on; I remember as a child listening to my grandma singing it. Thanks for the Beautiful Journey to the past.

    Hugs Annabelle

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  3. LOVE the bunny ears on Lizzy...the monarchy can be so dull and stuffy...a little livening up can be so freeing !
    Have a great day !

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