I’m a rather passionate amateur photographer. What I lack in skill, I do make up for in passion and enjoyment.
I find photography to be my way of capturing moments. You know – those moments you just can’t describe later as they ‘just had to be there’!
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We have just been dealing with the toughest years with our kids – those transitional teenage years when they have one foot in the door and one foot out, and are trying to figure out what to do next.
There will come a time when a teen decides to continue on out that door to seek independence. It’s important to have prepared them for the financial responsibility and provided the tools they’ll need ahead of time. The first lesson our kids need to learn is, “debt is easy to get into, but much harder to get out of.”
For the most part, they told the truth.
Yesterday, however, was quite different. Just take a look at the picture Mark took!
Luckily for Oliver, he’s just tall enough that he could make his way through the snow fine. Frankie, however, is as tall as the snow is deep. All we could see was the crown of his head as he plowed his way through the snow to take care of business. Let me just say, he wasted no time returning.
I clicked through a link on a friend’s Facebook post to see one of the most inspiring videos I have ever seen (see below). For those of you who may have seen this before, it’s worth seeing again as a reminder, because if you’re like me, our daily trials and worries tend to monopolize our thoughts and time. We need to see something like this video once in a while as a reminder of what is important.
This video made me sit and think about what I have instead of my habitual train of thought – what I don’t have.