Oct 26, 2011
I found this on the table this morning.
Category: Fun, Orison
This is amazing. How did you do that suspended-in-mid-air picture?
That would be my doing, Vanessa. :)
If you’re blessed with the gift of Photoshop and know how to use it, there are lots of helpful tutorials about masks and layers and plenty of far more stunning examples of levitation photography here:
If not (like me)– put the child on a step stool, have him use his superhero muscles to make his body as straight as possible, and then digitally remove the stool later. Then watch his face light up when you show it to him later. Priceless.
This is amazing. I love it. Keep it forever.
Oh my. Love this.
this is the best thing i’ve ever seen.
I KNOW!!!! I found it and laughed out loud for a good 5 minutes. I could hardly catch my breath.
that is so adorable i can’t even handle it!
Oh oh oh! Adorable AND organized? I couldn’t love him more if I tried.
Come to think of it, I feel that way about all you Pipers. (Or all Y’ALL Pipers, if you wanna be southern about it.)
Missing you terribly,
The “J” in my personality was sooo proud!
This is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen! What a precious little boy.
Pretty much LOVE this one Molly !
Too awesome :)
Colson and I have a debate going…on Thursday will he be taking on “maestro” or “mystery” or “my stereo”?
wow. fantastic. this is exactly the kind of kid I was too – list making as soon as I could write…I love this!
Oh, the things I missed out on by having all girls. That, and being robbed of my organization gene at birth.
HAHAHAHA! I needed this laugh. I’m suddenly feeling really inadequate looking at my own list. All I have to do is run to the dry cleaners.
that is so awesome. wow. what a cool kid.
Oh my gosh, Molly. How adorable! Thanks so much for sharing. This definitely brightened my day :)
That is the absolutely cutest thing I have ever seen!!! Made me laugh! I love Orison stories.
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