#$@%@#....you know what that means. Gad-nab-it! ;)
Our Christmas morning photos are gone. Utterly, totally erased. And I did it. I am so bummed and feeling so angry with myself. It was a really quick flick of my index finger in a mindless moment.
For some unknown reason a camera error popped up as I was uploading my Christmas morning photos. I went to click the ok button to acknowledge the #$@)%* error and then realized that instead I just "clicked" the delete all photos button.
oh...#@($)*%@#!! And then there was nothing.
And I have already taken down all the decorations, so I can't try and fake a few Christmas morning photos. Darn it. Tessa's first Christmas morning. Our family all together on Christmas morning.
Here is the bright side (there always needs to be one). Andy took quite a bit of video on our old tape video recorder. So, we do have that. Maybe I can play that on our t.v. and try and get some still shots.
Here are a few random shots from Christmas Eve and than later on Chrismas Day.
Judson and Drew singing in the Children's Choir....and Candle light during Silent night...beautiful
Tessa's all-time favorite xmas gift "Brobee" (held by Jack). He danced and sang. Notice past tense. I think she wore him out within a couple hours. Sometimes he will work. Today he did not at all. Poor Brobee. Jack and Tes are standing on Jack's indoor trampoline. Yes, I am somewhat crazy for indoor energy exertion. A must for winters with 3 boys. Another huge hit, and it is still in the family room.
Andy's brother, Ben, with sweet baby Ingrid and Tessa.
Autntie Alex with Baby Ingrid...adorable little sweetie pie
Notice Tessa's red kitchen (from Christmas morning) in the background and the mess all around. That is Christmas morning only worse. Here Jack is in an action shot and loving his "shooter"!
So, that is what I have until I take still shots from video. There are worse things in the world, I know. Losing photos is a bummer. And that is where it will stay. A big bummer. I am just glad we had our Christmas together...a really wonderful Christmas.