Friday, April 29, 2011


Week 9 at Picture Inspiration was observation. (Again, I'm a week behind. Good things take time, right?)
I'm always intrigued by Max's love of popsicles. I think it's because I have SUPER sensitive teeth to cold. Awful. Cool tap water hurts, any fruits or veggies right out of the fridge hurt, I brush my teeth with warm water... If I could get new teeth, or cut the nerves to all of my sensitive teeth, I would! So, to watch Max bite into and chew a popsicle is fascinating. It kinda makes my teeth hurt and yet, I'm a bit envious of his ability to do this.


And apparently it's OK to suck your thumb in-between bites.


Happy Friday, everyone.
Hope you all have a wonderful weekend.
It's supposed to be 70 here on Sunday. :)

(I posted some thoughts early this week about how I've been feeling about blogging and photography lately. I think it was out there for the world to see for about two hours, then I took another look at it and hit delete. I'm glad I said what I wanted to say, but I think in the end I looked at it and thought, "My goodness, you sound so ungrateful." So, with a click of a button it was gone. Some of you saw it, read it, and responded. And most of you who did respond said that you felt about the same way. There was some comfort in knowing my feelings were shared. And your words were all so uplifting. Thank you all so much. Hugs, friends.)


Amanda said...

Hey there, quick question for ya - what size are you pictures that you post? I'm assuming I can change the size of photos when I import them from Flickr?? I'm relatively clueless when it comes to this stuff. ;)
Have a great weekend!

Stacey said...

These are great photos. I also have no idea how kids can chew on popsicles like that. My kids do the same thing!

Marvett Smith said...

Great perspective. It hurts my teeth to bite into that stuff too. In fact, it gives me chills just watching my kids do it!

Shawntae said...

My son was a thumbsucker too! You would think the thing taste like a Popsicle all on it's own. :) So cute.