Love for a teddy grows a kind heart.
My original Angel Boy, age 4.5, the same exact age as AB 2.0, now the proud owner of this very same teddy bear.
Black and white cos it was one of his modeling pics and you can’t see his jade green eyes.
Kindness Kindness in words creates confidence..—-Lao Tzu Kindness in thinking creates profundity. Kindness in giving creates love
(And a reminder: There’s always something to be grateful for. Always. No matter what.)
Is there anyone that doesn’t love balloons? We know they need to be disposed of properly to be good ocean stewards, but balloons are fun and festive, except when they POP. I still scream when I hear the loud explosion of a popped balloon.
Do you think this curly haired little girl in her flannel nightgown might have imagined C.S. Lewis’ quote would come to fruition?
For the present is the point at which time touches eternity.
Me, age 3. I have those Chinese mudmen that are on the mantel.
My favorite boy, age 2 (2018)
To a special first birthday and lots of balloons.
Char’s first birthday August 2020
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Happy Belated Birthday, Daddy!
His birthdate was July 20, and he used to “give” me
his birthday so that I could receive presents on that day as well as my own.
I’m not a narcissist, but here it’s all about me. And my daddy, the first one to refer to me as Princess and Rosebud. All I’ve done is combine the two to create my persona.
Nothing much has changed; that’s still about how much of my body gets wet in a pool. Can’t mess with my curls, right?
My contribution for #throwbackthursday
My first camera, a Kodak Brownie.
Circa 1962. My first camera, a Kodak Brownie Holiday Flash.
Old school, in black and white,
This beautiful camera was designed by Arthur H. Crapsey, the designer of other popular Kodak cameras.
Snapped with a Canon Rebel T3i.