Eye level from my favorite chair in my family room.
Elation…that his second front tooth finally came out!
Man, I love this boy.
There is something incredibly beautiful about last years dried out hydrangeas.
This week’s prompt was difficult for me. It wasn’t because I don’t see beauty in whats around me…I see it everywhere. Its just that this blasted weather has been making me grumpy to say the least. I wish mother nature would make up her mind. On to better things…
I’ll be posting my bead soup pics later on today, please come back and check it out. I will also have a brief description for those of you who have no idea what I’m talking about.
I have always wanted to do a couple of shots of my son’s incredible eyes. He has the most amazing eyelashes and the color is ever changing. When he gets older I’m sure they are going to make the girls swoon either from love or jealousy – your pick 😉
By the way, have you ever tried to have a 6 year old hold still because you wanted to take a picture of his eyes? To top that off I don’t have a macro lens. All in all I don’t think they turned out half bad.
This is the color in my life at the moment. I have waaaay too many options when it comes to choosing a paint color. When the possibilities are infinite, what do you choose? It’s been a challenge but an incredibly fun time! I enjoy painting, which surprises me. I never really did in the past. I think its because its my own walls. 😉
I also had to throw in some pictures of the tulips I received last week for Valentine’s Day. They are incredibly beautiful at this moment right before they’ve reached the end of their life-cycle.
Love to me is: painting a room a bold color, because I CAN; an unexpected “I Love You” from my 6 yr old son~ written on a to-do list; some down-time with a book, favorite blanket, and a good cup of coffee; tulips instead of roses on Valentine’s day from my incredible husband