For the past 15 years we’ve displayed a picture on the mantle of our fireplace (since we’ve moved, on the entertainment center) to torture our daughters. You see, when they were younger, we could always count on them to get upset if we’d ask one of them to take our picture and then at the last possible moment turn and sneak a kiss.
After both John and I reeled in fish simultaneously, we wanted a picture of the two of us holding our fish; but when our daughter snapped the picture, we turned just in time for her to photograph an unexpected kiss.
Back home, we decorated a frame with some of the shells we’d found in Sanibel that summer and proudly displayed our kiss picture.
TBT Lesson #61: It’s a good thing when your parents want to kiss one another.