Here we go!
We had to travel a bit to get to the Stone Mountain Lasershow Spectacular on Friday night
with fireworks at the end of the show
and Krispy Kreme doughnuts on the way home!
This next photo could count for both silly and black and white:
"Slightly imperfect," indeed! Fortunately, these were perfect for my 15 year old, who wanted solid white ankle or no show socks. Solid white socks are a rare breed right now.
This is my sweet, silly girl hanging out at the lasershow with her Laura Ingalls Wilder braids:
|Grace (6 years old)|
Spots...hmmm...One morning I found droplets of water on what my 9 year old son says is cantaloupe. (He's the one who planted the seeds in the container.)
Paper was tough...We have paper all around us, waiting to be sorted and thrown away or filed out of sight, but you don't want to see that, do you? I had no idea what I was going to photograph for paper until I saw this clipping from the newspaper this morning. We've had this on our fridge for years as a reminder to our kids and ourselves of the importance of education. Truly, we are so blessed to have the freedom to educate our children and to have so many resources readily available!
|The caption says, "Determined to get an education, many of the refugees known as the Lost Boys of the Sudan carried books across hundreds of miles of desert. Many eventually came to the United States."|
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