I’m really not a picture person. I mean I like looking at pictures but that is about it. I have some pictures of my family, in frames, but not many. I did not grow up in a picture family. I grew up in the old days when you had to buy and develop film. It was expensive for us at the time. I have one picture of my big sisters & me that was not taken in the front yard. My uncle took it. Cathy & Jo were probably 13 & 12, I was 2. All other professional pictures were school pictures. I had to take a head shot last year for my business card and that may have been the first professional shot since I graduated from high school in 1975. Now we live in an era where if a parent pulls out their phone, their 2 year olds strike a pose. I take pictures on vacation to put on Facebook but don’t really ever look at them again. But for some reason, I feel like I should save them. Hmmm.
This week I had a training class on Google Drive and part of that is Google Pictures, where the pics live on a cloud that I don’t understand. I’m lead to believe that by setting this up all of my cell phone pictures & pictures I save on my computer go to the cloud and I should be able to delete from phone & pc and the cloud carries them. I know I’m doing something wrong but the cell pictures are on the app on my phone and the pc pics are on the app on my PC.
Part of me hopes all of the pictures will meet someday on the same cloud. But all in all I’d probably be ok if they didn’t. I have a few pictures in a box & last year I made a picture book of my mom & dad & aunts & uncles for my niece & nephew. But what exactly would they do with all of my pictures? Not a sentimental bone in either of their bodies. My pictures are just one more thing they will have to throw out when I go. And I HATE it when people send me pictures of their kids. I’m never sure what they expect me to do with them. So if I know you, no offense, but don’t send me pictures.
I guess we’ll see what happens if I ever need to post another picture.