Do you have any really low resolution digital photos? Our first digital camera took 200 KB pictures - at their largest - and the whole card only held one MB. At the time, just being free of film was amazing but I had no idea what to do with the images once they made it to my computer.
Fast forward seven years and I take pictures that push up into the 4, 5 and 6 MB range. They blow up beautifully and are fun to play with. But what about all those memories trapped in a blur of grainy pixels? As a scrapbooker, the easy answer is to make collage style LOs that allow you to print the pictures small enough that the poor quality isn't an issue. For this LO, the largest image was 126Kb and the smallest was 53Kb - yikes! But, at 2x2, the photos look fine.
On a Mac, when dealing with small files, Contact Sheet in iPhoto is your best friend. You can print many photos on one sheet and all you have to decide is how many photos across on your page.
Here is my LO, I got to have fun using all my old standbys - sewing, very linear design, machine stitching, distressing tool etc.
It's really dark here today so the colors look terrible. That's how it is sometimes, what can you do?
Sorry if I offended anyone with my comment about natural childbirth last Thursday. Trust me, I know childbirth is hard. It took 29 hours of labor and three hours of pushing to bring Trenton into the world. He was OP (occipital posterior) so every contraction slammed him into my spine and during pushing, my tailbone snapped. I firmly believe I should have had a C-Section with him and had we been in a hospital I would have had whatever meds they offered. Natural childbirth was my goal because I didn't want to expose the boys to drugs, *BUT* if you've been pregnant since I've known you, you've probably heard me say, "take whatever you have to if you need it."
Also, thanks for the input on spinal injections. The doc described it to me like this, " make a tight fist and then shove a needle through it. That's what it will be like getting to your spine through the bone disease." Which scared the crap out of me. He also said it won't be as bad as a spinal tap - something I've had the unpleasant pleasure of experiencing. That's good. Perhaps he just has a really terrible bedside manner. Hearing your epidural stories made me think it won't be too awful.
Again, thanks for all the support the last four months and especially last week.