March 30, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Undeveloped Film

Just a few words:  I cleaned out my basement storage this weekend and found a roll of 35 mm film!  I had the pics developed ($10 at Walgreens.  Yikes!) and discovered they were from a trip to my husband's hometown, Girard, Kansas.  Based on the weather, the dog, no kids, and the car we drove, I think it's from a trip we made in February 2003 for the wedding of my brother-in-law and sister-in-law.  Kind of random since we bought our first digital camera in Spring 2002, but fun to see nonetheless...

4 comments:

thismomreads said...

That was always a sort of perk with 35 mm: the pictures were a surprise! Then again, sometimes that didn't turn out so well...I remember when my husband and I had just started dating, and he had pictures from his week as a Christian camp counselor developed while we were out on the town. Some kid had snuck the camera into the bathroom to take a photo of his hind end--not exactly the picture of camp my husband wanted me to see!

Glad the pictures that you found were happy ones!

Katelyn said...
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Katelyn said...

Hey Alicia, thanks for the kind words on my post!

In response to your question, my morning treatment can last anywhere from 1 1/2 hours to 2 hours depending on if I am on TOBI and I remember to do Pulmozyme in the morning. I usually wake up at 5:00a and am finished by 7:00a so instead of trying to factor in drowsy sleep walking, slow reflexes, and adjusting my vest and nebulizers, it's just easier to [especially to those who are unfamiliar with CF]; however, when I am not on TOBI my treatment only takes about 30-45 minutes! It's great! I hope that answers your question! :)

Stephanie's Mommy Brain said...

What a fun surprise! Early 2003? It wasn't long until you had Timothy. :)