After the Rally to Restore Sanity, we wandered over to the Hirshhorn Museum. This piece caught my eye with the bright white and yellow; just don’t ask me what it is called!
“Thematic Photographic” — hosted by Carmi –is a weekly themed photographic challenge. This week’s theme is YELLOW. A new theme will be announced on Thursday night.
First, one is lulled into a sense of peace and well-being. Roses are still blooming, but the temperatures begin to cool and life is good.
…And then they arrive en-masse…
How many do you see in this photo?
I spent a wonderful Saturday evening at a bluegrass concert. While the music from this first act was decidedly amateur (it was dark when the headliners hit the stage), I couldn’t resist filming this adorable little girl. This is why I love bluegrass:
I found out about Musical Monday from Thom.
This post also segues with this week’s Thematic Photographic subject of kids. (Thanks, Carmi!) I couldn’t figure out how to get a screen shot from this video, but I did get to choose the thumbnail shown above as the video opener. Isn’t she adorable?
Okay, back to work for me. I’ll be around to visit you all when I can. Must. Work.
Those precious days of childhood
living in a different world
immersed in imagination
I snapped this photo of my 11yo as he intently watched The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. His sword is his own homemade creation, a product of time spent in SuperDad’s workshop (a.k.a., the Bat Cave). The scabbard is what remains of a cheap plastic sword that lost a battle long ago, and “Tex” is the horse he received on his 4th birthday.
After 7 years, Tex is more likely to be a clothes horse than the faithful steed of a young knight, a prince, or a cowboy — yet here is proof of childhood hanging on to what is good and true, at least in our imagination.
This post goes with Carmi‘s weekly topic over at Thematic Photographic.
SnakeMaster and his friend wholeheartedly embrace the season.
These 2 boys (and the dogs!) are having a great time at the beach this week.
Carmi is focusing on summer this week for Thematic Photographic. Do you have photos to share?
Carmi is focusing on summer this week for Thematic Photographic. The first weekend of July around here truly embodied the “dog days of summer.”
Carmi is celebrating the 100th “issue” of Thematic Photographic this week with the theme of Into the Clouds. Click here to join the party!
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So…. this weekend is crazy-busy. Today I clean like a whirlwind (or not… did I mention our temps are hitting 90 degrees F *PLUS* humidity?!) and shop for groceries. Tomorrow I have to be at the school at 4:15am with H-J. We are headed to a band competition and then to an amusement park (they do get to change out of their concert dress uniforms first). Expected return to the school is sometime before 2am. Yikes!
While we are gone, EB will finally take his SAT and MM will put in some hot hours of yard work before THE GRANDPARENTS (yay!!!) arrive for a late supper. (Note to self: remember to plan some food for SuperDad to fix for supper.) This actually does tie in to Into the Clouds since they are flying here from the other side of the country. But even if it didn’t… well, it’s my blog! 😉
On Sunday morning, MusicMan is preaching one of the sermons because it is Graduate Recognition Sunday. This means there will be 8 of us vying for 2 showers before getting to church for the 9 o’clock service (and I suspect he’s supposed to be there early). We have a tough enough time getting 6 of us there at differing times on other weeks, so this ought to be interesting…
The annual church picnic begins at 4pm over at the county park. That wouldn’t be such a big deal, except that the group I sing with is always asked to perform, along with leading the music for Vespers (although we use that term broadly and loosely — we are, after all, a group of Presbyterians at a county park). I won’t be at rehearsal on Sunday morning since I’ll be at the brunch for the graduating seniors and their families. First things first!
What do you have planned for the weekend?
Here is a little peek at my Girls Gone Mild weekend:
As beautiful as this front door is, the view out the back window was even better!
I’m sharing these as my entry in Carmi‘s Thematic Photographic. He is kindly giving us 2 weeks to post pictures of glass. Feel free to play along! 🙂
It is the spring of my oldest son’s senior year in high school. He has applied to the universities that interested him and he has been accepted by both of them (they happen to be the same ones his parents went to).
Now it is decision time.
What is an important decision you have had to make lately, and what factors did you consider?
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