In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Door.”
This isn’t the greatest photo, but when I saw the topic, I thought even for the sign on the door, it was a worthy post. I took this in St Albans, Hertfordshire at the Clock Tower.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Twinkle.”
The Weekly Photo Challenge was Signs. This is one of my favorites, taken on the Big Island in Hawaii a few years back.
The Weekly Photo Challenge this week was nighttime. I am not a pro, writing is my passion, but I thought these were worth sharing.
I’m going with the endurance definition of the capacity of something to last or to withstand wear and tear. On a recent trip to England, I was blessed with hosts that escorted us to some idyllic places. I felt like I had stepped back in time and it was glorious to an old soul like myself.
It was a warm, sunshine kissed day in south Florida and I was especially happy as I was surrounded by my children and my granddaughter. I snapped this photo when my husband had waded out to get something from the boat. My granddaughter couldn’t decide what she thought about that. She wanted Papa to come back to shore with the rest of us.
The Weekly Photo Challenge, was to share your interpretation of “on the move.”
As I watched my granddaughter on her first bike, it seemed like just yesterday that it was her mother….Wow, time flies! Enjoy them every minute that you can!
The Weekly Photo Challenge said, THIS WEEK, IN A POST CREATED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHOW US AN IMAGE THAT SAYS REFLECTION.
It could be a person who helps you see things clearly, a place you go to collect your thoughts, or an object that reminds you of your achievements.
At the end of the day, there is nothing more soothing than watching a gorgeous south Florida sunset while reflecting on your day. Take the time at least every once in a while. It is well worth it.
Okay, I just had to share one more “Three” photo from the Weekly Challenge when I ran across this one. This is my one and only grandchild, enjoying cake on her 2nd birthday. She had to have the three Disney princesses on the plate. She loves cake and didn’t appear to even notice that I was snapping away!
THREE princesses from my birthday cake!
This week for the photo challenge at said, “IN A NEW POST PUBLISHED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE “THREE.”
I took this while in Texas visiting my youngest daughter. We had just enjoyed lunch and tea at the Ambrosia Tea Room in Salado. We were enjoying a nice walk together in the crisp November air. She had been a married woman for only a month and I remember smiling at the realization of the subtle, but interesting changes in our relationship and conversations even after such a short time.
We took the time to slow down and enjoy the scenery around us and shared meaningful and heart warming conversation. She is the photographer in the family and it was her idea to capture the “old bicycles on a fence”.