This week’s theme made me smile simply because of the word, “pattern.” Until recently, my oldest struggled with correctly pronouncing “pattern,” in two syllables, and always threw in a third one so that it sounded like he was saying, “patt-er-run.” No matter how many times we practiced while playing with pattern puzzles, he still pronounced […]
Monthly Archives: May 2011
Summer is almost here! Green grass, blooming flowers, beautiful time for photographs! And perfect for this week’s iHeart Faces challenge – “yellow.” Head on over to iHeartfaces to see all of the entries!
I have to admit, when I first saw this week’s theme, I panicked. What is selective focus?!!! I quickly googled it and thought, “Oh yeah! I know that!” (I’ve made it my goal to become more technically savvy when it comes to “photo talk” or at least relearn those old textbook terms.) But the theme […]
This week’s Bloom Forum 52-week challenge theme was “mother/motherly” in honor of Mother’s Day. Of course, I think all the blog circle moms should have gotten together and photographed each other since getting a decent photo of yourself as a mom rarely happens when you’re the photographer. But because a unique aspect of the challenge […]
For this week’s Bloom Forum theme, “heritage,” I went with the following definition thanks to www.freedictionary.com! heritage: the evidence of the past, such as historical sites, buildings, and the unspoilt natural environment, considered collectively as the inheritance of present-day society Last week, my family spent four days in St. Louis with 200 kids including […]