Sunday, April 19, 2009

Oh to Be on a Computer that Doesn't Require to Be Plugged In at All Times

My poor little Mac is overwhelmed to the point that I rarely can post pictures on my blog because there's not enough space store them. Though I "dump" them to a safe place constantly, she still can't keep up. Her battery is kaput too.

The remedy? Hijacking my husband's computer while he preaches. Sneaky, sneaky.

Here are some pictures from his computer.

All dressed up for a date to celebrate my 29th birthday.

Reid can't smile normally for a picture. It's a curse.

Look at those teeth (or lack thereof)!

Corny...but sweet...shot. I was playing around with Matt's iPhoto editing tools. I like the picture itself :)


The Johnstons said...

Aren't you beautiful, as always! ;) I cannot believe how much Reid looks like your Dad!!

Liz said...

Okay, Lauren...I love the photos but am confused...I KNOW you were at the service Sunday a.m., singing. :)

Angie said...

Cute fam!

Momma Malek said...

Lauren! I know, you have no idea who I am. I started listening to Matt's sermons about a month ago, and can't get enough! A part of me feels like I know you since he often references you and your relationship. What an encouragement his messages have been to me and my family. Please let him know that in South Texas, the Lord is touching lives through the preaching at the Village. I'm excited to keep up with your blog!!

The Shaffers said...

Just so you don't feel too bad, my Mac laptop that used to be Robby's also must be plugged in for use. The battery when fully charged lasts for about 1 minute and then just dies. Ridiculous! Love the pictures!

The Mays Family said...

These pictures are so cute Lauren and you are looking great, not long now until little Nora enters the world. Hope everything is going well with you guys. Miss seeing you, and the kids.

Mommy of Many said...

Oh, I can understand. I have overloaded my poor little mac and the battery life will go from 2hr to 4 min. in a matter of seconds, and like you, I hijack my husbands also. That one of the reasons God created them.

Enjoyed your blog

Nicole said...

You could open a picasa account and store your photos safely online. That would free up some hard drive space. you can even share albums with specific people.