I am still enjoying a photography class that I have been participating in– the prompt was for us to find something that was “still lingering”
The prompt from last week was to share something that was “Precious and unexpected” to us…
He was 5 yrs old; as I unwrapped it he told me I should have something “pretty and not something to clean with.”
This was 25+ years ago… he had just gone shopping with his Dad who had bought me a vacuum.
It’s plastic and still one of my most cherished gifts ever.
For this mono-tone shot — the assignment was to keep it simple with few colors. I love the many grasses that surround us.
Today will be our FINAL — Friday Finding Beauty.
It’s been so much fun meeting you all on Fridays and seeing all the glorious things you find Beautiful in your life.
I know that this time of year it is just crazy in many of your lives— I appreciate all of you lovelies who tried to remember to join us on Fridays– but the number’s have been dwindling and the last thing I want any of my friends to HAVE to do — is feel obligated to participate.
I certainly will be here in blog land– joining in with many of you in the various memes.
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I know many of you don’t turn up your music — but just for today — turn on your music and listen to this cute lil song I found JUST for today.
Please post your link for today — and comment if you want to.
I adore you! You are certainly something I found every Friday that was BEAUTIFUL!
Since January 1st 2010 -- I have been celebrating finding Beauty in our every day lives. Stay in the Day... be in the moment. Don't wait to live your life.
Stop and make a habit to find the Beauty and you will be amazed at how Beautiful your life is. Be thankful and remember:
"When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change." Dyer