All I wanted was a family photo of the four of us on the Seattle ferry. The last time we did this Mackenzie was in Scotland. It was dark and I knew it was going to be a challenge to get anything decent with my phone, but I didn’t care. I wanted my picture!
My father-in-law offered to take the picture. In hindsight I should have said no, no thank you, heck no, just no. Instead I handed over my Seattle family ferry photo dream to a 77 year old man who uses a $20 flip-phone because he believes technology is stupid. What could possibly go wrong?
We didn’t see the flash. Try again.
Let’s try one more time.
It’s been a long day. Maybe we should just take a selfie.
At least we saw the flash this time.
DON’T. COVER. THE. FLASH. WITH. YOUR. HAND! DON’T!
Jesus is testing us again.
Pretty sure this isn’t worth it. Maybe I should photoshop Mackenzie into the pictures we took without him the last time we were here.
Someone throw me overboard. I can’t take anymore. Fix it, Jesus!