Happy Mother’s Day!!
"Once a pond a time…"
Happy Mother’s Day!!
~a personal blog~
Writing and snapshots
Weekly Writing Prompt Challenge
Author of "Tao of Thoreau"
(the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers)
lines that aim to be
Stories, poems and thoughts. What else is me
Hoping to make the world more beautiful
Following my heart, Daring to dream, Living without regrets
A group of poets and poetry readers.
Le fotografie inaspettate di Luigi Bacco
Creative Life of Today's Youthful Senior Citizen
Travel, Discover, Enjoy!
Exploring the World of Fiction
reflections, ponderings, daydreams, musings
A blog to inspire the insecure writer in all of us
The musings of a curious mind
Oh, the twisted stories to come.
Since so many other online writers have blogs dedicated to their writings, I’ve decided to jump onto the bandwagon. All posts published here will be either fiction or poetry, some new, and some previously published on various places on the Internet. Some of my works are conventional, and some are quirky. All fiction posted here, except for fan fiction, will include the letters "rose" somewhere, as a tribute to my Baba.
Ups and down everyday, let us make dailyliving normal.
Or not, depending on my mood
10 thoughts on “Friday Photos~KIDS being KIDS”
Love this. It made me smile.
Happy Mom’s Day to you!
These are awesome, Susan. My favorite is the second one–the girl and the frog–the expressions on both their faces is absolutely priceless! I love this post!
That’s my goofy granddaughter with a salamander…she’s a chip off of her grandma aw’ight! Thanks Charles!
O’ so cute…I love the two on the wet driveway and the one in the bath tub! You must be very Proud!:)
so lovely and cute… thanks for sharing these with us… Happy mothersday!
very lovely photos… Happy mother’s day 🙂
GREAT PICTURES -YOU ARE THE BEST LIFE CHRONICLER ! These children are so lucky to have your love and attention. I remember as a teenage you once said ” I don’t want to become a teacher” (like me)-Life pulled a fast one on you! Ha Ha
Katherine wants to be a teacher… she said that this morning. I think it is genetic. Thanks.
You have such a knack, Susan, for capturing these precious moments.