A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination. ~Nelson Mandela Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Heads and Facial Features Hope you enjoy my entry for this week’s challenge. Hubby in the way of the shot. Otter … Continue reading
My friend is remodelling her master bath (en suite) and she kindly let me take photos on Monday. Her nearly two year old son wanted to be my assistant. He and I discovered a working faucet on the tub … Continue reading
Play is the highest form of learning. ~Albert Einstein Play is our brain’s favorite way of learning. ~Unknown We don’t stop playing because we grow old. We grow old because we stop playing. ~George Bernard ShawImagination is where your child lives. When you play with him, you enter his world.
For a parent to be able to spend half an hour of uninterrupted one-on-one time with his or her child is often seen as a luxury, especially in families with more than one child. However 30-minute blocks of uninterrupted one-on-one time, where you as a parent are giving your undivided attention to your child, can be one of the most beneficial and valuable things you can provide for your child.
(Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Things Made Of Plastic)
When the wheel was invented, it started a revolution. I might be treading a fine line here, but I expect this little challenge to be wheely fun. I never get tyred of puns. Hopefully mine won’t leave you flat. 😜 … Continue reading
There are things found in my kitchen, unfamiliar, bizzarre, and abberant.
They kind of freaked me out at first.
I had never seen most of them before much less prepare or eat them; Blackfoot Paua, Crayfish, Home-Kill Lamb, and Whitebait (who eats bait?).
And some things…just do not belong in my kitchen.
Over all, I’ve managed to adapt to these extraordinary things.
But my favorite of things found in the kitchen…
are not things at all but my adorable, little people…my grand kids.
Life is a mixture of sunshine and rain, teardrops and laughter, pleasure and pain.
What’s your angle?
When we make a move in life, it’s important to understand what is motivating us?
Do you do what you do out of compassion?
Do you do what you do to manipulate?
We choose different angles for different reasons.
Before you act, stop and ask yourself…
What’s my angle.
Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge this week is Lines and Angles.
Cee’s black and white photo challenge this week asked us to take a few steps and capture what we saw.
This plant made me think that Dr. Seuss might have been in the garden.