I went to the Santa Claus Parade last weekend to cheer on my granddaughter, Emme...
and had hoped to get a photo.
At the moment she passed by...
my camera batteries died.
The picture was in my memory only!
What should arrive on my doorstep yesterday...
but a picture of the Vertical Zone skipping team in Saturday's parade...
featured on the front page of the local paper.
Emme is easy to spot...
front and centre with her foot above her head!
Thanks to Jenna Hauck...
I now have a photo!
Oh, goodness. That just gave me a chill to think you received that priceless gift. (I am very big on preserving memories)ReplyDelete
What a great photos! I just knew that was your gal, front and centre!ReplyDelete
Wow Emme! Love you :)ReplyDelete
I still have those chocolate calendars for December and chocolate letters for you 3!! I can't seem to find the time to make it out there but one day I will!!
You are just the best skipper Emme! I know you have won awards. You showed us again what you can do. Great Photo.ReplyDelete
Way to go, Emme! Thanks for the foto, Jude!ReplyDelete
How great to get the photo you missed. And so many more people could enjoy it too! Love the high kick! Way to go, Emme. I think I'd fall over.ReplyDelete
How perfect for you!ReplyDelete
How fortunate for all, Judy! A wonderful keepsake for Emme as it is a thrill to be on the front page of a newspaper for something as nice as this!ReplyDelete
And a wonderful one at that! That Emme is right full of energy. Find her something to do quick!ReplyDelete
That is so great! I'm glad you got your picture!ReplyDelete
How cute she is! Oh to be young! If I tried to kick that high now I'd probably put myself in the hospital. LOL.ReplyDelete
It's amazing how sometimes just the right people come into your life just at the right time and how much better when it's unexpected!ReplyDelete
Now, that is the best way to get a photo! What a nice surprise! (especiallly after what you said about your battery dying and not getting a shot.)ReplyDelete
OH that is just perfect. I love that.ReplyDelete
such a great picture. the parade was fabulous this year!ReplyDelete
Unexpected gifts in the middle of ordinary days...how special. God knew how much a grandma wanted a picture of your talented granddaughter. You must be so proud of her and her skills.ReplyDelete
Wow.....when was the last time you and I could kick our leg over our heads! What fun...glad someone thought to bring you a copy of this.ReplyDelete