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{on the move}

"Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving." 
                                                                                                             — Albert Einstein

Since the address of this blog references my 365, a project I notably failed to complete, I decided to start a fresh clean blog.  You know, one that doesn't reference my failure in the address ;).  You will find it HERE and I would love it (like really love it) if you would join me over there.  It's still in the construction stage but it's up and running for now.  You will see that I have teamed up with some really fabulous ladies from The Bloom Forum as part of my 52 week challenge.  Our blogs are all linked in a circle that you can click through to see how we interpreted the theme each week.  I bet you will be as inspired by them as I have been!

Please come over and check it out!  You will find this week's image here.

{laugh out loud}

"Life is worth living as long as there's a laugh in it." 
                                                          -L.M. Montgomery

1/52 Things I love . . . {fresh starts}

You can never go back and start a new beginning,
but anyone can start today and make a new ending.
                                    -Maria Robinson

The end of one year and beginning of another makes us look back at where we have been and look ahead to where we are going.  2010 has been quite a year.  I started the year with a goal of a picture a day but fell off the wagon somewhere past half way through.  Though I wasn't successful in completing the project I learned a tremendous amount and my camera and about myself.  I overcame my self-consciousness of shooting in public places and learned to embrace the details of life's little beautiful moments.

I captured my kids.  Sometimes in obvious ways, other times more creatively.  I cherish all of these images of them today and know I will only love them more as the years pass and the memories of who they once were grow thinner and harder to recall.  One of the strongest things I take forward into 2011 is remembering to capture them.  The smiles, the silly, the serious.  

In 2010, I was also thrilled with the chance to capture other people. It was an immense pleasure to get a chance to put it all together on people other than my kids.

And speaking of capturing my kids as they are today, here's my boy.  He thinks he's so funny.  He came over when I was taking the calendar picture and when I would point the camera at him he'd say "cheese!"  I never say that so I have no idea where he picked it up from.  

From our family to yours, may you be blessed with love and laughter in 2011!

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