Happy Mother’s Day to my favourite mother in the entire world, Mom.
We got up early this morning and gave Mom her gifts. Oliver and I gave Mom an Olympus 9mm f8 Fisheye lens. It’s pretty cool. Not only will it take super wide angle shots of things but it doubles as a body cap for her camera. Just like Ollie and I, the gift is a versatile and stylish.
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Apparently being a mother to myself and Oliver is not as relaxing as one would think it would be.
We are taking Mom out for a brunch and then her, Ollie, and I are going for a long photo walk through downtown. Mom can try out her fisheye while I will take my Fuji s2000 HD. I’ll post some of my photos later.
Dad is working today (which sucks) but we are then going to have a nice dinner as a family.
The only thing that is disappointing is the weather. While I raked, mowed, and cleaned up the yard, I think Mom would have liked it to be nicer and her be out in her garden this week. Some things I can’t help her with.