Finally Posted a Profile Pic! Hello Everyone!

Okay, this whole blogging thing intrigues me greatly but I've been a little hesitant about putting up my picture. Call it procrastination or fear of losing the anonymity of being able to speak freely knowing that I will never be recognized in the grocery store as a famous mom blogger. Since there are literally tens of thousands of blogging moms in cyberspace I guess I shouldn't be worried about becoming the latest internet celeb and endangering mine and my families privacy as the paparazzi chase me through the parking lot wildly snapping pics as I load the grocery bags into the minivan. Or........... maybe that's what I'm subconsciously hoping for...........hmmmmmmmmmmm.
LOL!!!!!

Okay the real truth is I had no decent pics of myself on the computer. All I could find were shots of the kids!! Maybe one or two of me in the background, unrecognizable with a goofy smirk on my face. Typical, right? When mom's the photographer she never seems to actually get into the pics herself. How many of you have this same situation? Okay ladies, let's change that!!

Starting tomorrow I think all of us should get more "face time" during our family photo sessions, even if it's just for the day! And rightfully so, since tomorrow is our day!!


HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY TO ALL OF YOU!!!
~WISHING YOU ALL PEACE, LOVE and LAUGHTER~

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Comment by bestmommy on May 9, 2009 at 9:29pm
Thank you Jennifer!
Comment by Mom Bloggers Club on May 9, 2009 at 9:10pm
Happy Mother's Day! You have a lovely photo. Nice to see you :)

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