Reading his newspaper every morning, was one of his daily routines, especially after his retirement. He used to cut articles from the newspaper, on subjects he knew we were interested in, and give them to us so we can stay informed.
That’s one small memory of the many precious recollections I have of you!
To my grandpa, a special person. I will miss you!
With their matching red ribbons, they were a perfect match. My cousin sat on the floor and cuddled with our lovely dog Rudy. He was so happy that he sat there taking in the full attention and love she was giving. Both of them, were enjoying the moment and it was as though they were left in each other’s arms. Although is was just for a moment, their warm aura filled the room.
Witnessing this tender and loving scene, I couldn’t resist the urge to freeze the moment.
A Photo a Week Challenge: Red
Even though I’ve heard about the Intentional Camera Movement, I haven’t tried it until today. So I grabbed my camera and ventured out to get creative.
I took my time in experimenting with different subjects, and this purple feather was one of them. I have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed this process.
Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking.
– Marcus Aurelius
“Raindrops will always carry their dreams & hopes with them, no matter where they go.” ―
May your world be filled with warmth and good cheer this Holy season, and throughout the year. Merry Christmas!
Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.
– Albert Einstein
Another Earth Day is here. This year’s campaign of the EDN (Earth Day Network) is called: End Plastic Pollution.
If we all reconsider and change our attitude towards the wide consumption of plastic, be more informed about the threats and consequences of our health and the environment, we should contribute to this effort. Undoubtedly we all want to live on a cleaner and a healthier planet!
This post is part of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Awakening