Saturday, June 30, 2007

In my children's eyes

action figures curiosity playfulness innocence light books reading disappointment school learning amazement blue pillow beauty happiness friends boys little growth flowers insects green grass believe faith time talking race cars blanky world life kisses hugs love change carefree walking strength birth music night old peace wonder perseverance myself reflections chocolate father intelligence mother possibilities curiosity enjoyment earth four hope little perfection sadness the ocean son bunk beds work years warmth home comfort my husband child health moon stars sunshine stories memories giraffe sleeping blocks bike rides teachers black nose grandparents coloring red sox mischief teaching humor playgrounds my sisters imagination tag bathtime discovery bliss photographs sensitivity expectations potential independence unconditional acceptance




This post is part of a blog exchange. My name is Nancy and I am the proud mother of two rambunctious boys, ages three and (almost) five. I've been writing fiction most of my life, but like so many before me have become an avid blogger who indulges in sharing her reality with the internet world. You can find Lara over at my blog, Just Thinking . . ., today where she has written a beautiful post about her son Kiernan.

8 comments:

Jenn in Holland said...

Exceptional creativity! It's like poetry and a painting. Really lovely.
Hear! Hear!

Alex Elliot said...

That is so cool!

Cori@SAHMbles said...

What a wonderful intrepation! Just like fridge poetry but better!

soccer mom in denial said...

What a gorgeous montage. And glad to see the Red Sox included on the list.

Jennifer said...

I love the word cloud formating. It is wonderful...great work.

Heather said...

Really beautiful, both the words and the visual.

Lara said...

very cool and original post! :)

dana said...

I agree, what a creative entry! :)