September 14, 2009

I Heart Faces




Contemplative

thoughtful observation; full or deep consideration; dreamily or wistfully thoughtful: a pensive mood; expressing or revealing thoughtfulness; quiet modes of apparent or real thought; can be marked by some sadness, but doesn't have to be.


How could I resist entering a week when the theme is "Contemplative"?? I mean, my kids are thinkers. They are thoughtful at all times. So quiet I can hear myself breathe. Of course I have many pictures of this theme.


Ok. I lied.


My children are loud, sometimes disrespectful and do many things without thinking beforehand.


Like telling their own mother that they don't like her face.


It's ok. I can take it. My happy pills help me out.


Anyways, here is my entry. I captured this picture of a quiet contemplative moment that lasted about half a second. It is my proof that it does actually happen.






And, just for fun, here is my Pets entry.


This is Studley.


Studley's wet nose. I heart Studley's wet nose. I even love that you can see his teeny tiny front bottom teeth and gray beard.


That Studley. He is one in a million, I tell ya. I think everyone should have a dog like him.


At least he likes my face.









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9 comments:

Ave said...

Great photos! Love the first one!

Twisted Cinderella said...

I love your pics!

Foursons said...

I love Studley too! Didn't he make it into a collage not to long ago?

And how did you get your son to be contemplative for 1 second? Do tell your secrets!

Amanda Heath said...

What a great pet capture! One to cherish for a long time.

Heatherlyn said...

I love the picture of Studly!!!!

And the face your child is making, my kids sometimes have that look in their eyes. I wonder what they are thinking. I wish kids came with subtitles or something above their heads. It would make life so much easier!

Jen said...

Great photos.

Elaine A. said...

These are both wonderful! I love that you can see your son's freckles and your doggies teeny teeth. : )

The Thompsons said...

Your son and your dog were thinking hard! LOL

Maureen said...

Excellent shots! Love that contemplating look on the first picture :)