Happy November 19th! I am grateful for the touch of a child’s arms around my neck as they squeeze with all their tiny little might!
Have a great day! Find something NEW to be grateful for!
Reflection. Such a good thing! This bridge was just outside our hotel room in Portland, Oregon last week. I hope this photo will remind me to stop and reflect more often.
Also…I’ve been very excited lately to learn some close friends and family are expecting babies soon. I LOVE children! They are such a blessing!…and I whole-heartedly agreed with this video’s message:
Happy Sunday! Do or learn something NEW!
I’m SUPER excited to do some NEW exploring in the next several months! I’ll be volunteering at at NEW exhibit in our area that’s all about exploring science and art. It’s a traveling exhibit and last week I went to a training so I could help “facilitate” learning when I volunteer. The trainers were from The Exploritorium in San Francisco and they did a really good job!
Have any of you been to The Exploritorium in SF? It’s now on my list for when we visit there next (not sure when that will be! :o) But I went to their website and poked around. It looked like they have some fun online activities and a couple of free apps for iPad that I’m going to check out.
So, it will be a fun NEW experience to watch children (and others) explore at this new exhibit! It’s called “The Tinkering Exhibit” and it’s VERY hands-on! I’m gonna have FUN! What NEW thing will you do or learn today? Hope it’s an awesome day!
As I left for my Sunday shoot this morning, I mentioned to my hubby that I hoped to get some good shots from the car! So when I returned, he asked me if I had to get out of the car. The answer was…..yes……once! I love, loVE, LOVE these statues of children! To me, they express the joy that children are in our lives! I thought it was interesting, since these two statues were in totally separate locations on my Sunday shooting drive this morning! Best wishes for a great week ahead, everyone!
It’s snowing!….Still! :o) We’ve had a few days of this white stuff, and I’ve noticed more than a few snowmen in my travels. My wonderful neighbor, a man (I’m guessing in his late 60’s), was out building a snowman on Saturday with his grandchildren. In prior years, I’ve seen him across the street building one all by himself! He’s COOL like that! :o) Then I saw a few really great snowmen ideas on my travels around the internet, so I thought I’d share. How fun are these???
Try building something NEW with your white stuff today! (If you’re lucky enough to have some) Happy Tuesday!