It is time to say good-bye to a faithful old friend. When I celebrated my first anniversary, you were there. When my children were born, you were there. You have been my companion on many vacations, and you have documented too many holidays, milestones, and unexpected moments to count. Sadly, nothing lasts forever - you included. Your 6.1 megapixels are no longer cutting-edge, and I have long been envious of others' sharper photos. And now, I can no longer trust you. You corrupted one memory card full of photos from an important family event, and yesterday, you destroyed an hour and a half of hard work. (Don't worry, it was only pictures of EVERYTHING I have made for the craft fair and need to list on Etsy. The subjects will still be cooperative, but I am resentful of the time lost.) I will soon be replacing you. Hopefully.
Does anybody know where to send cameras when they die? Can they be recycled?
My name is Audra. I’m a Tennessee girl born-and-bred, but for the last five years, I’ve been following my husband around the Southeast. We’ve been in northern Louisiana for a little over three years now. I have two sweet kiddos, Aidan and Neely, and in having them, I’ve fulfilled the only goal I ever set for myself – to be a mother. I stay home with my children, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Every day is a learning experience and a challenge for me. I’m learning how to be a good mommy, a better housekeeper, and to cherish every moment with my little ones. Most of my inspiration for this blog comes from sweet or funny moments with my kids. And of course, every once in a while, I’ve got to throw some arts and crafts in there, because the only thing I love to do as much as I do spending time with my family is making things.