Two years went by and then I found the cameras. But it was 2003 and Paul's Mom had just passed away and it seemed too emotional to develop them. So we closed the drawer and forgot about them. A couple more years went by and I thought, let's get them developed for our 5th wedding anniversary. But then I forgot until later in the year by which time it seemed like a better idea to wait. And so it goes. Now we are at 7 years and I finally dropped them off to be developed!
We'll see what is on them. probably nothing, I think the nephews had these cameras most of the time so there are probably a lot of photos of floors and chair legs. I am secretly hoping there will be special photo of Paul's Mom, one that we can share today and remember her.
I'll get them later today and I'll let you know how or if they even turn out!
Got the photos back! All of them came out and it was so much fun going down memory lane looking at the wedding pix. We didn't get that special photo we were hoping for, but it was fascinating to see how everyone has changed over the years. Who had babies, had gotten married. etc etc. I think everyone should save a disposable camera to develop 7 years later! A new wedding tradition!
congrats to you for your anniversary!!!
I am so curious to see what is on the undeveloped film!
p.s. Husband and I just celebrated 22 years on Saturday.
next week Lenny and I will have our 45th anniversary...can you imagine how skinny we both were back then and oh...the hair! Now I'm gonna go find the ole wedding album and sit and have a real doozy of a laugh!
Happ-y Ann-i-ver-sar-y...Happ-y Ann-i-ver-sar-y..Happ-y Ann-i-ver-sar-y....haaap-y anniversary!