Thursday, April 26, 2012
I took this picture yesterday of my son at the park in Blanco, Texas. I feel this quote has very different meanings, and I thought about it put in context to a parent. I feel it rings very true.I looked at my kids and once I became a parent, all I knew from that moment on is my children (your wisdom). Your kids spend time playing in and around nature (the trees). Whether your kids actually play in the trees or not is not the point, I KNOW that all children from one time to another daydream about being in and around the trees and maybe even daydream about being a bird, butterfly, ant. Hey, I think even as an adult I daydream about these things myself... How about you? What other ways do you think that our wisdom is stored in the trees? I would like to hear other interpretations of the meaning of this quote.xoxo, Val
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
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The kids had a blast today in Johnson City, they loved this spot. My girl had to walk bare foot in the creek and my son played lightsaber with branches and made large splashes in the water. Less than three I'm so proud of my daughter, she brought her camera and had to grab it from her pack to snap some shots before we walked back to the bbq. I shared some common photography knowledge, but we need another photography trip so we can both learn more. I'm the proudest mom in the world right now, my little author/photography enthusiast. Maybe soon I'll be showing her how to edit them...These shots were taken from my Instagram @vcarvajal go on and follow me if ya want to.
(spell check disproves funness but Urban Dictionary says YES! to funness: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=funness)