On the hunt again!
It's Sunday so that means another week has somehow slipped by yet again. I didn't have much time, well I had time, I just chose to spend it other ways, to grab my camera and take pictures. The weather has been incredible all week. That means, bike rides to the park, long walks, hanging out with the neighbors, blowing bubbles and over all just enjoying the fresh air. I don't think I slept this good in a long time! I can't believe it was in the 70's on March 17!
Well enough of my commentary...and on to what you stopped by to see...this week's interpretations.
I couldn't decide which picture I liked best so I shared them both! I have to admit, I struggled with this prompt and at 10:00 on Saturday night I remembered my Great Grandma's necklace and earrings in my jewelry box. When it was time for my Grandma to move out of her house and in with my mom, all of the grandchildren were asked to pick a few things we wanted. When we discovered this set, I knew I wanted it. I doubt I will ever wear it but I just thought it was really cool. I am sure Great Grandma looked awesome when she wore it!
2. WORD OR QUOTE
This picture is from my archives. A few Saturday mornings ago, my son and I visited the Farmer's Market in Lancaster. As we were walking back to our car, I discovered this wall. I thought it was really cool, even though I have no idea what it says or what it was advertising!
3. NATURE'S OWN
Last week, my husband asked me to go for a walk with him during my lunch break. I grabbed my camera and laced up my sneakers and headed out with him. We headed to the park that is beside our house. The park has a trail that runs beside a creek. I love to walk on that path because you never know what you are going to find. On this particular windy afternoon, I saw this leaf blowing in the wind. I was struck by it's beauty. There were leaves all over the ground but no other ones on this branch.
On Friday night, my neighbor had a gathering at her house. You can read about it and see other pictures from the evening here. When it was time to leave, the kids decided to get silly. I asked them to pose for me for a picture of people! I guess when you get seven kids together and ask them to pose for a picture you never know what you are going to get!
One of the other adults suggested I take a picture of the kids spelling out the word people...we tried but only I knew that's what it said, so I scrapped it and went with this crazy picture! My daughter is one of the ones NOT wearing green...apparently she didn't get the memo it was green day at school!
5. PHOTOGRAPHER'S CHOICE
There were so many pictures I could have chosen for this prompt, so why did I chose a tree?
That's an excellent question!
I stumbled upon this tree a few weeks ago when I stopped at a park in Lancaster. I thought it looked like the tree was smiling at me. I didn't realize there was something in the "mouth" until I got home and loaded my pictures into the computer.
That's all for this week. I hope this nice weather continues and it's safe to say spring it upon us. My daffodils are in full bloom and are adding beautiful color to my otherwise drab landscaping. On Saturday I noticed my hyacinths are in full bloom as well. I just love this time of the year!
If you want to join in on the fun, stop on over to Ashley's site and check it out. Check out how everyone else interpreted the prompts...once you start, you can't stop!
Thanks for stopping by. I'd love to hear your comments...tell me what you think! How would you interpret this week's prompts?
Till next time, Focusing on Him,