Wednesday, October 17, 2012

a practically wordless wednesday

This post will be almost completely wordless.
If you don't count the words I am using now to introduce this post, and you don't count the words I am about to use to explain the post, and you don't count the words I will feel compelled to use to describe the pictures.

Other than that it is a completely Wordless Wednesday.
If you get past the words.
Like these.

Here are a few of the pictures that depict my life as of late, through the beautiful and colored lens of Instagram.
If only life were really the way it seems in Instagram.
Then I would be happy.
And would feel less compelled to use words on Wordless Wednesday.




This is my oldest son and his beautiful future wife.



These are the cookies I baked, devoured, and still dream about.


This is me and my third boy. We are dancing because I need to burn off all of the cookies I devoured.
And because he is going to a wedding.
People at weddings know how to dance.


This is my boy turning 15 because he doesn't keep his promises about never growing up or always staying little.


These are the lemons and limes that some weirdo around here has a constant craving for.

And there she is.
oddball.


And this is me with my girl who still likes to wear matching shirts with me.
Despite my weird cravings and oddball status.


This is where you see how the oddball thing carries over into my studying habits.
This is how I learn JavaScript and computer programming.
It is the only way my left and right brains can communicate.
I also like books with all of the pretty pictures in them.


And there you have it!
My attempt at a practically Wordless Wednesday.
Almost.
You're right.
I'll try again next week.

In the meantime, thanks ever so much for stopping by!

2 comments:

Chris said...

Hi Christa, just stopping by to say how delightful your blog is. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris
http://chelencarter-retiredandlovingit.blogspot.ca/

Jeneric Generation said...

What a beautiful family! But,should I believe they are really your kids? You kind of look like their sister...And that picture of your son and his fiance is so sweet.

Thank you for stopping by/following!