Sunday, March 28, 2010

Film

A few years ago, when Dan and I were living in Mississippi, we drove up to Missouri and camped out in my Grandparents farmhouse for Thanksgiving break.

It was cold but I will never forget that romantic weekend.

We took my Daddy's fancy camera and I took a few photo's.
We found the film last week and had them developed.
I miss the mystery of having film developed.
I miss that mystery but I love my digital camera.
Love it.

Have any of you been watching Who Do You Think You Are on NBC?
I want to be famous just so I can be on this show.
It is fascinating.
WE are all so fascinating.

xoxo,
Fritzi Marie

6 comments:

koralee said...

Love your blog...and these images. I just read your last post too..I so want that table of yours...what a find! Is it red or pink? I just got some chairs that would match that table to a t. Have a great new week.

Katherine said...

I love that show. Doug and I just watched 3 of them last night that I had recorded. It's amazing how interesting it all is....the Lisa Kudrow one was so amazing(and some of it awful). I love your pictures.

Janey said...

I love these photos. I miss the mystery of having film developed too. It was always so exciting to pick up the printed pictures and browse through them!

Amanda Atkins said...

Dear Kat,
First of all, thank you for the really sweet comment on my blog. I've been really stressed out lately. It was nice to be reminded to not be hard on myself and just let things take their course in this really busy time.
Secondly, I love these photos! How romantic that you got to spend some nights in your grandparents old barn. That is magical. I hope you're having a great week.
Lots of love,
Amanda

Stacey said...

I want to see that show!?! I saw a preview & it looked so good!

I miss the mystery as well. I just recently found a roll of film, but I am scared to get them developed? I have NO idea what's on it!

Your pictures are beautiful:)

Hearthandmade said...

these photos are great. I love film photography :) I watch who do you think you are here in the uk... it is very fascinating. Makes me want to look up my family tree... then i see how much work is to be done.. and i go off the idea!