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Weekly Winners {Little Monsters & More}

“Above all else: go out with a sense of humor.  It is needed armor.  Joy in one’s heart and some laughter on one’s lips is a sign that the person down deep has a pretty good grasp of life.” —Hugh Sidey


Weekly Winners {Fisheye & Macro Edition}

Center of Attention

The Underside

Look My Belly, Mama

Me in the Fish Eye

What's Under There?

Antique Berries

Tip of the Shroom

All shots taken with Opteka .35x HD Super Wide Angle Macro Fisheye Lens Attachment.
I’ve had it forever, and had some fun with it this week!

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Nicked and Chipped

Nicked Library Books

Thomas Times Two, Chipped

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Basking in the Son

Day 12

I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.
—C.S. Lewis

Best Shot Monday: Weekend Snapshots

Our “Island Hopping Papa” came home yesterday.  I hope that he will do a post about his time in the Grand Cayman Islands.   From the sounds of it all, it was a great time filled with hard work, awesome sights, good food, and–at times–high class accomodations.  Regardless, it was nice to be able to see, hear, and touch him.  His homecomings are always some of our favorite times.

The weather has been kind of cold, but the kids are loving it.  They’ve been playing on our hill, jumping on the trampoline, and kicking around the soccer ball.   I really do love fall down here in Georgia.  To me–a born and raised Buffalonian–I am quite comfortable in the cooler temps.   I think the kids are, too.

Oh, how they both need a nail clipping!

The other thing that happened yesterday was that we brought in and put our new table together.  The delivery men were quite happy NOT to do it on Friday when I told them my husband wanted to do it himself.

I feel like this table represents a new phase of our lives.   The old table was purchased in early 2002 and it has seen many meals, books, card games, holiday feasts,  school lessons, craft sessions, gun cleanings, you name it!    This new table is so different.  To me it represents the growth of our family.   In 2002 we had two pre-schooles and one toddler, and much instability.  In 2008 we have three well-rounded BIG kids, a smart-as-all-get-out-almost-two-year-old, and we are expanding on stable ground.   This table makes me feel good.

Goodbye old table!  You served us well.
(pictures of new table to come)

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