Saturday, February 9, 2013

Focus On Life: Hearts & Feel The Love (5/52 and 6/52)

I was naughty and missed last weeks Focus on life post. Not that I purposely missed it. I actually did not see any hearts around me at first. And when I did see some sweet little hearts sprayed painted on the road, I did not have my camera.  So after a afternoon of doing laundry and hanging up towels and blankets, They do not fit in my mini dryer.. I looked down at the grass that is turning a vibrant green and saw a patch of clovers in the dirt. Ran inside and grabbed my camera and took some pictures.

I also have two valentine tins that are covered in hearts. Mark dented one of them and the other is in the van. He is not home right now.  I plan to make bead caps with them. But have been delayed.

 The Macro setting on my point and shoot camera is not best and It was very uncomfortable to crouch down and take photos.


Now on to this weeks post.

 Feel The Love 

I feel allot of love from my three kids and my soon to be husband. Mark and I are planning out actual wedding date, well the day that we will get a marriage license. We will not have anything fancy, no wedding dresses and such. Just something very intimate, most likely at his mom's house. So seeing this is a photo prompt post. I shall leave you with pictures of my three kids.. Thank you for stopping by..





Timothy


Mya and Timothy


Mason





10 comments:

Patty Woodland said...

What sweet little faces.

Lola said...

Such beautiful blessings!

Marlene Cupo said...

Beautiful family, which I am sure doesn't give you much time for anything other than Feeling the Love. Happy Wedding!

Janet Bocciardi said...

Very sweet photos! Congratulations on your upcoming nuptials.

Tanya said...

I love the hearts in the clovers. I wouldn't have noticed them. Your children are beautiful.

A Polymer Penchant said...

What a sweet bunch! Congratulations in advance. My wedding day started about 6am and we didn't get back to our hotel until we walked back at 3am - still in our finery. That was a day full of love - between us, but our friends and family too. Wishing you the same joy

Beti Horvath said...

You have captured your loves so beautifully. Although my snow is pretty, I wish I had some clovers right now!

Sally Russick said...

Aww, look at those adorable faces! Beautiful!

I have to say that I guess I never took the time to notice the heart leaves that make up a clover. Wonderful find!

Mary K. McGraw said...

What beautiful children you have and congratulations on your upcoming marriage.

Cynthia@Ornamental Style said...

A clover! It's like getting three hearts in one. Kind of like your three children. Three hearts (theirs) in one (yours). What sweethearts! And best wishes on your upcoming marriage.