Begin doing what you want to do now. We have only this moment, sparkling like a star in our hand, and melting like a snowflake. Marie Ray
After the kids are in bed, I upload the pictures and relive the star moments I've captured during the day. This time, I've Sarah sitting in my lap, after waking from the town's fireworks.
She always looked ornery before. But with her new sassy do, the orneriness factor has tripled.
Our town had its annual festival this weekend, so we walked down to see the sights. Families on the lawn, music playing, and the fried food vendors throughout the park.
We stopped at the Animal Shelter booth so she could pet some dogs, and she loved it. Of course, getting her back in the stroller was not pleasant. She didn't want to say goodbye.
Whether the kids are playing, sleeping, or any activity, I capture these star and snowflake moments in my mind or with my camera, because these moments are what I want to do now.
My snowflake that melts.