I love to travel near and far!
Ah, I can understand the excitement, Carolyn! And a great word for the A Day! I'm holding good thoughts and look forward to photos! Enjoy your week, count the hours!Sylvia
With four children our own we (or rather my wife :-) ) know that situation well. Good luck for all concerned.
Pretty darned exciting, I say! I hope al goes as expected!
Love the picture for your Grandson's arrival. Perfect post for the letter A.
As Petty said, "The waiting is the hardest part." Good luck.ROG, ABC wednesday team
I'll bet your grandson is anxiously awaiting to explore his new world, too!
Looking forward to seeing photographs of your new grandchild.
How exciting! Hope you'll be posting baby pictures!
So exciting! my 2 sons are not married yet, so I have a long way to go before becoming a grandma.
'A' for anticipation - we went through that around Christmas time awaiting our grandson - and he was LATE! Well, according to the doctors - of course, he arrived right on time when he was ready ;-)
Beautiful anxiety!! how wonderful!A is for aerial
Great post, congratulations and good luck for all concerned!
Yes a good word for A ..I hope all goes well.
I can easily imagine how excited you and your family are. I just hope all goes well and are looking forward to seeing your second grandson soon.
Is there anything quite as exciting?!! And this is a dear photo. Thanks for sharing the excitement.
o my - hope all goes well
That's a nice waiting !Gattina from the ABC team
Very exciting time, and it looks like any day now!Congratulations!!!http://fredamans.blogspot.com/2010/07/to-z-wednesday-is-for-arthropod.html
Your choice of thumbnail photos was much too good to pass up! Congrats on grandson #2's arrival! Double the fun!
it must be an exciting indeed.
I would not have thought of this for A! The photo says it all! Looking forward to the newborn shots....
how cute tummy,anxious to be a mummy,what a lovely a post.yummy take!
This was perfection! I can't wait for pictures of the newbie.
Congrats to all!Our third Grandchild and first Grandson arrives in November. Looks like we're both going to have someone new to spoil. :)
Congrats Carolyn and good luck, looking forward to see photo's of your second grandson :)your HDR has come out well, that's a lovely scene for an HDR. There is no fixed rule when it comes to HDR processing but a little more tweeking can make those images look even more better, its just me, here are few tips, hope you dont mind me sharing. There are a lot of purple fringe in that image, even in the previous HDR image you posted. Purple Fringe is common in HDR and it is very distracting, you can remove that in photoshop yourself or you can get an action scrip "purple fringe killer" (google it) which is the simplest way to get rid of itI feel the image temperatue is little more on the warmer side, i would reduce the temperature in photomatix (if you are using that), increase the percentage of black which would add little more depth and you can also try adding a simple S curve in photoshop which would again deepen the reflection and add more depth to this image.Hope this helps
Such exciting times!
oh wow.. hope all goes well..
Wonderful...if he comes a little early maybe he will make B for baby...bkm
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