Friday, January 27, 2012

A photo essay of friendship. One of us is glad that I found my old digital camera.

While searching for my newish digital camera that has been missing for months I found my old digital camera, and a few other things such as:
  • A dollar bill (I'm rich!)
  • some Omega 3 fish oil (I'm heart healthy! Or would be if I had taken it....)
  • and some Sailor Moon stickers (AWESOME!)
Anyways my old digital camera is a little worn. It has a piece of tape to keep one metal part from popping out but otherwise it still works. It's a Cannon Power Shot that I bought a few years ago and to be honest it takes better pictures than the newer Panasonic Lumix I bought (and lost).

Apparently I have a ton of old pictures on this camera. I just uploaded them and there's a total of 1023. Looks like I'm not a fan of the delete button.

I found a bunch of pictures of Melissa and I so I thought it would be fun to share a few here.  We worked together for a week 5 years ago. After she left she got my number off of the employee list and called me to see if I wanted to hang out. And the rest is history.

So I present to you, Ginny and Melissa - a photo essay of friendship.













12 comments:

  1. Hahahh great pics! Your friends look like a blast!

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  2. This is great! I love these photos! I WANT A MELISSA! Or a Ginny! Whichever!

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  3. FUN! I love rediscovering old photos. Looks like you two have a lot of fun.

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    1. Me too. I'm really glad I found the camera.

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  4. I had all of my photos of 2011 on my camera that was stolen two weeks ago. It's sad to see them go.

    Looks like a great friendship.

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    1. That sucks! I'm sorry your camera was stolen.

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  5. I'm Melissa and I approve how adorable we are.

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  6. How awesome that you found these pictures! :D I bet it brought back a good amount of memories.

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    1. It did! I love looking through old pictures.

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