Took a walk this evening to see if we could find anything that shined. We found a few. It was not quite dark out yet, but it was that time of day when people needed to have their headlights on and we could see the shine from up the road.
Then, when we were almost home Tabitha said something about getting a picture of the sun shine. Little did she know I already had, but this one came out much better.
In this shot, the lights are shining and reflecting on the ceiling of the overhang and the sun is shining off the pumps.
(Sorry, I couldn't pick just one.)
I knew when I went out for our walk that I wanted a shot of a motorcycle or two. I was getting a little disappointed that I hadn't seen any. Then this little motor bike came down the road as we were heading home.
I had the girls walk to the left of the tree, then turn left, so I could take a picture of their left sides.
These days I don't get much peace unless baby Harold is asleep. And doesn't he look so peaceful.
The children wanted spaghetti and meatballs, which I hadn't made in a long time. I knew I wanted salad with it. Here is my plain salad before I added my dressing. Doesn't it look so green and full of life.
June Photo a Day
After I feed the baby in the morning if daddy is home he will spend some time with him. And usually the girls will join us too.
Day 2: Empty
Our empty cups, waiting for the popcorn for our Movie and Popcorn night.
And linking up my favorite photo
(Finally got another picture of the three Harolds. Grandpa was down for Memorial day so I grabbed this shot while daddy was getting the grill fired up.)