Friday, June 8, 2012

(this moment) & Keeping it Real


A Friday ritual. A single photos - no words - capturing a moment from the week. 
A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember. 
If you're inspired to do the same, link your 'moment' in the comments for all to find & see.

Inspired by Soulemama


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This week, I'm also joining monica with:

Keeping it Real #5

blah:
Tossing $16 fish because our plans changed and I didn't get it cooked in time.
Feeling overwhelmed by plastic (post coming soon).
Ruffled feathers among friends.
Being reminded in therapy that I have to take 100% responsibility for myself. (yes.)
The cost of organized exercise.
Eating chocolate for lunch too often.


yay:
Our friend and amazing writer and poet, Aimee Herman, visiting to promote her new book.
Weeding and mulch - check.
6:00am boot camp - still at it. (Thanks babe for changing your schedule so I can do this!)
Being reminded in therapy that I have to take 100% responsibility for myself. (yes.)
Feeling inspired to write.
Avi in the garden: "plants growing right up"
A date with my wife.

6 comments:

  1. What's wrong with eating chocolate for lunch? I have the chairs that match your glider ;) Great Pic!

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  2. Sweet moment with Avi and Jenn - both goof balls. ox

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  3. Silly moments are the best! BTW-we have that same love seat in our garden :-)

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  4. ugh, there is so much plastic, isn't there?!?!? I've been on a mission for the past year to drastically reduce the amount of plastic coming in the house, but it's so hard. Everything is packaged in it, even the organic veggies at the grocers. I don't understand why a bunch of broccoli or bananas needs to be wrapped in plastic! Isn't that defeating the environmental aspect of buying organic? Sorry for the rant. Can't wait to read your post. :)

    Yay for a date with your wife!!!! Date nights are a rarity around here.

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  5. He looks like he's saying, "Mom, you can't do that!" Adorable. :)

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