Thursday, February 15, 2007

Having Fun








We've been playing around with some features of our photo programs. Dave might kill me for posting some of them. I just think they are fun. :)

Makana is singing, "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" for you and conducting other songs. Her two arms up in the air proclaim, "Hallelujah!"

10 comments:

Dana said...

Those pictures of Dave are scary!

im said...

tali'ah's curiousity led her to discover mac photo booth one day, the pics were quite similar...good for humility lessons...the kids can spend a lot of time using this and cracking up...REALLY LOUDLY...btw...happy bday...mine lingers in a nice way, just got brownies, gift & a bday song @ Tues. Bible study

monchan :) said...

That's exactly the program Dave discovered first. I was wondering what he was doing in front of the 'puter . . . . We, too, have tons of fun laughing at ourselves.

Happy birthday to you, too! January babies rock! :)

Gung Ho said...

Dave may be crazy but props to him for the Kam shirt. Imua!

monchan :) said...

GaryLau:
You KNOW better than that! It is even spelled out for you, albeit backwards: Kamehameha! :)

YES--IMUA! :)

Gung Ho said...

Sorry...I was thinking the Chinese version.

steph said...

as i was scrolling down the page looking at all the pictures, zayne was screaming and waving at the computer everytime he saw pictures of makana. so even though they have not met each other yet he gets very excited seeing his cousin. and his aunty and uncle of course. :)

monchan :) said...

I hope the cousins get to meet each other soon! :)

Jungmin said...

hahahaha
did you get a mac?
These are SO funny!

monchan :) said...

I didn't think we'd get such a great response from these pictures. You should see the others that I thought I'd REALLY be killed for if I posted them! Perhaps I'll get permission, or maybe we'll just take more pics.

I LOVE Macs! :) Dave pulled me away from my Mac world when we had moved to Japan in 1997. He got me one for our 10th year anniversary in 2005, when he was going to be gone with the military, and because my YUCKY Gateway was pitifully gone for good. That *@!* Gateway gave me the terrifying "blue screen" from week #1! Macs had changed tremendously in the meanwhile, though, so we are getting used to its new features. :)