Were it not for my husband I would not have Cate.
These girls have been together for years.
My point, however, is that I took dozens of photos at yesterday’s Little Flowers meeting, which we hosted at our home. And then afterwards, when I was scrolling through them on my camera and deleting all the bad ones, the display screen suddenly went black and read, “File card is empty–no saved data.”
Have you made them?
What?? You’re telling me what, exactly?!
I had somehow managed to delete every last photo on the card, which has never (to my 40-something memory) happened to me before. I was heartbroken because, well, look at them!
2 little sisters who love all the fun
(And no, that is not a Christmas tree, thankyouverymuch. That is a Valentine’s tree. Can’t you tell?)
(The fact that we even have a Valentine’s tree is another story for another day.)
the snacks are easy! Think chocolate! And strawberries!
I rested my head against the wall for a moment, fighting the temptation to bang! bang! bang! it. Then I went downstairs to tell my husband.
“Oh no, really?” he said sympathetically.
[have i mentioned that i love this man?]
And then he pushed away from all the bill-paying, came upstairs and fixed it.
Look, I know this a major segue from the point of this post, which is the Little Women Hospitality Program (Year 2) meeting that we hosted yesterday. I know this, and yet…and yet…he did it! He managed to get every last photo back!
Including a few from several years past.
For any techies who would like to file away this information, he did a Google search (“can i recover deleted pictures from sd card?”) which led to this website.
My husband installed the free software and away it went, looking much like Mike Teevee did when he was in the air on the way to Mr. Wonka’s television.
We had a lovely time, those girls and I.
Or should it be “those girls and me?”
Feel free to leave a comment with your opinion.
The Little Women Hospitality Program is an older-girl variation of Little Flowers. I love the book and the author’s emphasis on quality literature, music and art.
George is fond of the program, too–especially the big sisters that tag along. Here he is casting a flirtatious glance at Amy, the older sister of Kaylee (shown holding a stained glass cookie above) who is also the beautiful young confirmand that I am sponsoring.
Have you ever been a Confirmation sponsor? I was thrilled when she asked me–thrilled.
Thrilled & tired & happy to be done with my Little Flowers hosting for the year. ; )
( i know you know what i mean)
(it’s just that’s it’s a big job & all)
With love & hugs & a “Happy Sunday!”…or Monday!…or Wednesday!…or whenever it is you happen to be reading this,