Friday, July 2, 2010

{Friday Photo Bliss}

Inspired by the SouleMama blog's {this moment}, I am posting one image every Friday, taken that week, that really makes me happy. If you end up doing the same I would love to see your photo linked in my comments!


"Mama, do you know how bees make honey? They eat flowers and then poop the honey out!" Imp

15 comments:

  1. But of course they do!! :) I love the photo ~ everything about it made me smile. Wonderful!

    Mine for today.....

    http://www.magikalfolkcrafts.com/whispersfromthewoods/?p=3520

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  2. super cute! I love dirty boys :) I did a wordless wednesday post here-

    http://theflickfour.blogspot.com/2010/06/wordless-wedness-picking-blueberries.html

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  3. Ha! That's so cute! The thing kids say ;)

    Mine...

    http://love-marriage-and-a-baby-carriage.blogspot.com/2010/07/photo-bliss-friday.html

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  4. hehe, I luv his quote! and the picture is all boy!

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  5. Wonderful photography.
    A child playing with high tech devices: Sand and a wicker basket!
    Congratulations.

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  6. The little comedian needs to be hosed off! Reminds me of my dirty little pigpen 35 years ago!

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  7. This totally made me smile today and boy did I need the smile!! Thank you!! :D

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  8. What a sweet picture! Love his dirty little hands!
    Makes you wonder why we'd ever think to try honey in the first place!

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  9. LOL how cute! They come up with the funniest things. He is a cutie.

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  10. Too cute! Love Imp's quote...

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  11. That is darling! I love it. It's making ME Happy too!

    Here is mine.

    http://sarager.blogspot.com/2010/07/message-from-baby-rosalee.html

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  12. love that photo.... and great analyzation! LOL... gotta love the words from the little boys.

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  13. What a super great photo! Your son is such a character :)

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  14. I love your Friday photos. I think it's wonderful to see a mom who is so good at being a mom and taking the time to capture her boys growing up. In the years to come, your boys and their families to come will appreciate your work. I also think it's great to see that you photograph your boys just as they are in the moment (ie. dirt and all). Thank you too for all your hard work on the blog. I love all that you have done.

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