Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Running Low on Juice

I feel like I have not been a good blogger as of late-- not very prolific or able to be very witty or clever when I do write. Since I have been doing the 365 Day Ashlland Challenge it seems I am running low on creative juice to do much of anything else. In hopes that you'll feel somewhat appeased and keep reading my blog (I don't have that many readers! Please don't go!), I'm posting a few of the pictures I've taken over the past couple of weeks. Through these, you should be able to gain a small glimpse into what we've been up to.

Every day seems to be bubble blowing day.



Liquid flowed-- from noses....



... and from sky.



There has been peace..



... and not so quiet.



Sometimes I wonder why I live in a house that has at least 25 different roses in the yard, when I don't even like roses... but then I remember that I like to take pictures.



Other flowers can be nice to photograph, too.



We have soft cheeks...



... and not-so-soft summer feet.



We love to be together and have a lot of fun...



... making discoveries...



... and singing songs.


Maybe you couldn't be here with us to share in the fun, but hopefully this post will make you feel a little bit like you were!

8 comments:

Alexandra said...

These are awesome! I especially love summer feet. Oh, and don't worry, I for one am not going anywhere.

The Laundry Queen said...

Thanks, Alexandra! Glad you're willing to stick around!
; )

carmar76 said...

Hey, they say a picture's worth 1000 words, so I'd say your blog's doing alright. : ) And bubbles are always fun whether you're 1 or 100!

Pat said...

I don't always comment, but I do read and laugh at your blogs. Keep it up.

jwise said...

Fantastic pictures, as always. I was hoping you would share some more from your Challenge, so I'm glad you did. You need to teach an online class that I can take. :)

Lisa Marie said...

LLOOVVEE the one of Pen smelling the rose. Gorgeous!

The Laundry Queen said...

jwise-- I post all of the Challenge pictures, plus a lot of extras on facebook. You can catch all of them there if you want. I laughed out loud at your suggestion that I teach an online class that you can take-- because I don't know what in the heck I'm doing! This would be the course curriculum: Class 1- turn camera on, Class 2- depress button halfway to focus, Class 3- finish depressing button to take shot. Then you graduate! Thanks, though. I'm flattered. ; )

The Laundry Queen said...

Oh, and thanks, everyone!