I was reading in the book I'm into right now yesterday & the main character carries around a disposable camera. I loved that. She said that she wanted everyone to see how she saw the world.
I thought, that's exactly what I'm doing.
Another pretty cool name for this project... How I See the World
I think I need to start a new hashtag.
Anyways - here's how I saw the world this past week
I love churches. All denominations, all shapes, all the details.
This church? I drive by it every day going to work.
I love the stained glass windows. Something you don't see a lot of lately.
For the record, my dad will be happy - its a Baptist church.
This was surgery day for Ricky. After he got home & slept most of the afternoon away, he wanted to go sit outside & play Sequence. He'd lay the card down & tell me where to put the chip so he didn't have to stretch. I love you can still see his hospital bracelet on.
I was so upset I had to work on Friday & leave Ricky at home. But being the only one there for the first few hours of the day, I took some pictures to show where I spent most of my life at.
... & this is where I sit for 9 hours a day. My little world right there in this little section of a building.
I had to laugh when I saw this because I'll issue a challenge - how many Belle's or Beauty & the Beast things can you see?
There are 7... really 8 but you can't make it out, I just know its there. But I think you can easily see 7 Beauty & the Beast things there.
All the fireworks were being set off on Saturday in case of bad weather for the 4th of July.
My parent's neighbors put on a really big shin-dig every year ... & as you can see, my parent's patio is the best seat in the house.
I loved how this took.
The shutter speed was set for low & I love the effect it gave.
Totally reminds me of something magical or super natural happening here.
I had my paints out for my Bible Journal.
All the colors... so beautiful.
Everyone thought the 4th of July was going to be a wash out around here.
The morning started out with HORRIBLE rain.
I've not seen water stand so much the entire 15 years we've lived here.
The roads were covered, the driveway had water streaming down it & here's our back yard.
I was ready to pull out my wader boots.
.... but right before it got dark, the skies cleared up.
Just in time for things to dry up & let everyone pop fireworks all around.
The sky was so beautiful too - it was just a gorgeous pastel color.
I love a beautiful sky after a rain. It's was just so crisp & clear.
... there's a life lesson in there.
Harvey Dent knows he's not supposed to be in this room, much less on this chair.
But every time he gets on there, he loves laying on my lambs.
I always say its his Australian Shepherd & herding instincts that kick in every time.
So which one is your favorite this week?
Did you get some firework pics?
Do you think churches are beautiful too?