Thursday, January 21, 2010

Daffodils already?

Oh yes. They're popping their little heads out of the ground.

Getting themselves somewhat organized...

...to line up for school pictures.

There's always one in every class who has a personal space issue.

Okay Kindergardener class of 2010, smile big for the camera!

smiling daffodils

14 comments:

Rural Rambler said...

Maria those daffies are darling, cute and too too funny!!!!! How did you do that????!! No answer really required :) I am off to start my morning with a chuckle! A very cute fun post. We had some peeking up in the front yard before the deep freeze but they were not as happy as yours!

snakey said...

i didn't just LOL, i HOWLED out loud.

HOL!

Leenie said...

Hehehehe! Smiling at the smiles and happy at the thought that the snow will go away SOMEDAY. No daffys here. Just more storms predicted. But still I smile. Thanks

Maria said...

Rural-Oh good!! Thanks for your comment because I wasn't sure if the animation worked! I've never made one before and uploading it last night was a sincere pain. Now that I know how to do it though, no big deal. Anyway, if you have Photoshop, it allows you to do simple animation. It's that uploading thing that might take...I'm not even going to admit how long it took. :-/

TSannie said...

This is so exciting!

Maria said...

Snakey-I could hear you way over here. Keep it down. >:-)

Leenie-I know. Storms are probably going to happen again here soon. Sigh. Not sure if those daffodils are dumb or courageous in sticking their heads up to see if it's safe yet. :-)

Maria said...

Hey TSAnnie-I know! I just had to go out yesterday to see if anything had started coming up yet. I found some fresh green confident little weeds too. >:-/

Rural Rambler said...

Maria Santa thought I was a good girl this year and gifted me with Photoshop. I am totally without a clue and overwhelmed by this gift from Santa. BUT, I WILL figure it out. I think.

Maria said...

Rural-The interesting thing about Photoshop is that there is no one way of doing something. Everybody has a different mental style of figuring things out and Photoshop allows this. You as a raw beginner (just assuming) will probably find a way of doing something that no "expert" will have tried yet. Just persevere and have a drink in between the frustrations of learning. Feel free to ask me any questions any time. If I don't know the answer, I know someone who will. :-)

Mental P Mama said...

I love that! So funny!

Country Girl said...

Oh, I loved this!!! I probably wouldn't have the patience to do it, though. I mean, to wait for it!

Rural Rambler said...

Maria thanks so much. I won't hesitate to ask. A nice glass of Missouri Sweet Wine will get me going :)

Deedee said...

How wonderful- I can't wait for things to start popping up here, but I fear it will be another six weeks or more!

Hilary said...

Clever you.. love your animated smiles. :)