The need for “Thank You”s
Nicole is getting on me about designing our “Thank You” cards. It is definitely a necessity, but I would much rather play around with this stuff (“this stuff” being our blog—which you are now reading). I’m not entirely sure what photo I want to use for the “Thank You”s, or how I want to design them. I’m really not sure that “Thank You”s is a proper way of saying it. Perhaps Thank-Yous? I’m sure there are a number of literary critics out there who could shed some light on the correct presentation of that (those) word(s).
In somewhat related news, we have our photos! We got them on a DVD disc from our photographer, Ben Blood, who did an absolutely marvelous job, I might add. Anyway, I put the first DVD he sent us into my computer and it appeared to be blank. Finder asked me what I would like to do with the blank DVD I just inserted.
What? Blank? I blurted out.
I emailed Ben, and he politely sent us a second DVD. This one also appeared to be completely empty to my system. I even geeked out a little and attempted to list all of its contents from Terminal. No luck. However, Nicole tried this new disc in her computer and it popped right up, showing its contents as being a folder containing all of our wedding photos.
She’s currently attempting to copy them all over to her computer so that I can copy them from her computer to mine so that I can finally design the Thank-Yous and we can finally send them off to get printed so they can finally arrive back here so we can finally fill them all out with our expressions of gratitude so we can finally send them off to their respective receivers so we can FINALLY mark something off of our harrowingly ever-increasing to-do list.
Unfortunately, even Nicole is running into difficulties. It seems as though only 225 of the 300-ish photos want to migrate over to her computer. The others hide behind claims of corruption. Oh when, oh when, will our wedding photographs finally be ours?