Today’s photo is the last photo of a five year run. Part of the reason that I took this one photo is that the plant in it is just growing. It reminds me that taking a journey begins with small steps. Seeds do not blossom overnight. It takes time to grow and become something of significance. People have asked me how I could take a photo every single day. The thing is that I don’t think of the five years, the one year, the one month or the one week. I think of the one day it lets me focus on what is important in that day, in that moment. Continue reading It All Starts Somewhere
Eva loves Sid the Science Kid and so whenever I have a chance to work a little Science! into our fun times together I try and do it. This afternoon when I got home from work I took Eva out to play on her Tricycle. We stepped down from the bike because she wasn’t getting the whole pedaling thing. So instead I took out the tricycle that our neighbors at the Cape gave us at the end of the summer. This is smaller, easier for her to get off and on and the pedals are a bit closer. There is also a handle on the back so that I can push when I need to. We were playing in the driveway for a while and she was doing pretty well. She was even starting to pedal a bit. But eventually she got tired of that and we walked around the front yard.