Wednesday, August 16, 2006

PICTURE PAGES!

This is a picture of a self-portrait Jamie painted for school last year. I'm darn proud of it; it hangs in a place of honor over the computer...


Here's a picture of Jamie mugging for the camera...


My friend R- and her daughter D- came over to go swimming. Later, D- saw Jamie's sunglasses and put them on. I snapped this picture before she noticed. Looks like D- should stand for "Diva!" in this picture. She's a cute, sassy little thing! She also has very good taste - she LOVES Jamie!

7 comments:

Suze said...

beautiful! your son is quite the artist. i'm impressed with the colors he chose, especially.

Jenn Hacker said...

Thanks! I'm going to take the original pic of it I posted and put up a better one. I had to adjust it because it was too dark. The colors Jamie used were brighter.

Tooz said...

I think I could have picked that picture out as being Jamie right away. What's the medal hanging around his neck? Love you all, and the "diva" is darling.

Jenn Hacker said...

I think it's supposed to be a peace sign necklace. But I'm not completely sure. I'll have to ask him about it today. Right now that picture is just thumbtacked to the wall. I think I need to go buy a nice frame to put it in and then put it back up.

Jenn Hacker said...

Okay, I finally got around to asking my friend if she had anything against me using her or her daughter's name on my blog. She said, "Nope". So, my friend is Rachel and her daughter is Destiny. We're all going to the beach together next weekend. I'll be sure to get a good camera and take lots of pictures to post!

Oh, and for those of you wondering - yes, I'm still sick. The nagging cough is now impervious to the ultra strong codeine at night and Delsym by day. Getting x-rays tomorrow. Hopefully doc will let me know something next week. I may ask him to go ahead and put me on something like singulair or advair just in case. Maybe it can do some good while we wait to see what's wrong.

Lydia said...

CUTE PICS!!! Handsome boy and darling girl. They're not so far apart in age that when Jamie's 30, she could be your daughter-in-law. Hmmm....

Jenn Hacker said...

I'll cross that bridge when Jamie's 40, and not a moment sooner, Lyds! LOL!