Yes, my friends, this was truly my reaction of seeing myself on the computer screen. What is even better? I continued to click the camera button because I didn't realize the smarty-pants computer was automatically saving these blessed pictures for me. I now have 12 copies of this picture. There may be slight variations, but at a glace, they all look identical. It seems I was amazed by this technology for a long while (as documented by the 12 picks).
So, this is what I know...
1. This computer kicks rump.
2. I am one step further out of my technology cave (Did you know I'm a texter now? That was my first step out of the cave. I text people. As I told Karla this A.M., my phone has a typewriter on it. So savvy, I am.)
3. I MUST look at myself more often. Come on, look at those shabby bangs, the perpetually crooked glasses, my pale-pasty complexion...I'm certainly not living up to my hot-mama status for which I'm striving...if you could see further below to what I now call my "two baby belly", you may agree that I am winning the big-mama competition, stay tuned for my gold medal status.
4. Even though I have found this picture to be shocking, I still like myself and who I am. That's nice...but tomorrow I'm buying makings for salad and some fat-free yogurt, summer's comin' ya know.