I met Jo while networking in Facebook. The funny thing is that she lives about 45 minutes away from me. Who knew?
Now, Jo is probably one of my most faithful readers. She comments regularly (THANK YOU!).
Jo has a passion for photography. If you have visited her blog, you have gotten some great tips on taking pictures.
My name is Jo and you can usually find me at http://lifesperfectpictures.
blogspot.com/where I share with you my passion for photography intertwined with stories from my life which include my husband, my 16 year old son, my 22 month old daughter, two dogs, three rats and general chaos! I love my life, most of the time and I love sharing my photography! I take lots of nature photography but I prefer people! There is just something about capturing that perfect image of a person that is so special to me!In preparing for my Guest Blogger spot today I was at a loss for what to type! Those of you who know me are thinking: “yeah right, you are never at a loss for words.” This may be true but it does occasionally happen, even to me! So I decided to dig waaaaaay back into my silly moments with Sadie (22 months old) file for a post called “Out of the Mouths of Babes”. I hope it gives you a chuckle!I realize that 18 month olds are like sponges, they pick up on everything that is happening around them and store it in their little memory banks for future use. I have decided that my little Sadie is way too smart for my good. I am sure my pure, little angel who now works for the force will one day use some of her vast knowledge against me should she decide to turn to the dark side (Ha ha).Anyway, back to the moment at hand. I was out running errands the other day which happened to include a trip to Walgreen’s to pick up some medication for my son. I LOVE to use Walgreen’s Pharmacy because they have a drive-thru and I don’t have to drag Sadie out of the car, risk a melt-down in isle 4 or deal with her wanting something (drink, cracker, toy, book) from the store. I pulled up to the drive-thru, completed my transaction with the pharmacist and was pulling away when a tiny hand comes over the back of her car seat (she is still rear facing) and she says in a very excited voice, “french fries, I love it!“. I could not help but laugh! I guess she is used to going through various fast food restaurants on the weekend and expected that this drive-thru was no different than the rest she has visited in her almost 19 months of life.Needless to say, a melt down occurred anyway and I ended up going to McDonald’s (the best fries in the world) to pick up lunch. She was happy, I was happy and I now know to visit the pharmacy when my little angel is not with me or to give her brother the car so he can go for me. I hate the later option but that is topic for another day!