When the boys were in school and we spent a great part of the day in the car together, I took many pictures through the rear view or side view mirror. Recently, two Facebook friends of mine (well, they are real life friends, too) posted pictures of their kids, taken through a side view mirror.
Because I am a follower and not a leader, and because I am taking the boys to camp this week, I took a moment to reflect. May all your moments of reflection be as cute. (Please note, the moment of reflection took place at a red light, while securely fastened in our seat-belts.)
14 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 194”
I should, eh? Thank you, Kim!
But what was that man in the car behind you thinking, I want to know
He was thinking, “Man, they are having fun in that car. I wish I was riding with them!”
Uh does the seatbelt reach that far
Uh – yeah! (smile) That’s why his head is not out the window. It wouldn’t go any further. Frickin frackin’ safety belts. (smile)
This is great not only because it is bright of Charlie, but look at the guy in the car behind you! He’s (She’s?) checking out the action at the Stop Light!
I think he is smiling for the picture, Carol. Funny!
Another precious memory caught by the lens.
Blessings – Maxi
It’s nice to capture a moment with the boys on a routine trip to school, Maxi.
Blessings to you.
Cute cute cute.
Thank you, Patti.
Those are some serious time-management skills, Ms. D!
Take that, red light!
Multi-tasking at it’s best. (or worst)