‘Lovely Gardens’ Part Two

28 April, 2008

Midgethood’ comes with all sorts of lessons and many humblings – one of those is NEVER make “famous last statements”.  The sort of things I wouldn’t just mention in conversation and then ask you to please pass the mustard. These are statements I would announce LOUD, so that all and sundry would be sure to hear my stance and opinion on the matter, and then to my horror…’all and sundry’ would never forget.

Statements like:
“I will NEVER use Barney as a babysitter”
“Oh gawd! Dinner at the Spur (enhance by a facial expression of disgust) …No Thank You!”
“Aventura as a holiday resort…you’ve gotta be kidding!! All them screaming brats?  You wouldn’t see me dead in a place like that! Give me an isolated weekend in the bush.”

You would think these humbling lessons would have taught me to keep my trap shut.  I somehow ignored this lesson and went ahead with my “Lovely Gardens” post.

And of course, it came back to bite me in the bum, enter Steve and Sue.  The brief: she wanted an engagement session (minus the wedding) in a garden setting.

 Not only an arty designer, film student and photographer, herself, she was determined on the venue being a “Lovely Garden”………..pure, pure evil… someone must have sent her to play a joke on me, I thought.

Well I did it, a whole photo session with not bit of grunge in sight!






2 Responses to “‘Lovely Gardens’ Part Two”

  1. Sue Says:

    Hehe… Your post cracked me up!

  2. Anne Says:

    LOL…..I love all the pics….you really have nothing to worry about when it comes to “lovely gardens” The pics speak for themselves….

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