This week saw the end of Saturday morning winter sports. Our teams played hard, improved their fitness, and made new friends. These were our goals for joining competition sport, so there is a tick next to that box. But just quietly, I am enjoying a slower morning on Saturday. No need to jump up, and run around getting everyone ready and out the door on time. I wish I could say we are a well oiled machine, but there is always the last-minute search for socks, football booths, mouth guards, drink bottle etc. Now that the season is over, we can pause a little, and breathe in that Saturday morning “let’s stay in our pajamas and watch cartoons” feeling. Bliss!
This week we celebrated Father’s day. One of my husband’s favourite things to do is eat out for Breakfast. It is his favourite meal to eat at a restaurant. So we went to a breakfast buffet, and celebrated the amazing job he does as a father. The kids were very excited, as it has been a while since enjoyed a buffet. And afterwards, we walked to the marina, and enjoyed some million dollar views.
Plus, as always, light, flowers, shadows, and connections captured my heart . I have received many comments about the flowers, and still life images that I include in my weekly collage, and I am so grateful. Seeing this beauty in my every day is what feeds my soul, and Dorothea Lange stated it best, “a camera is an instrument that teaches us to see without a camera.”
Now follow the circle to see what the amazingly talented Erin Konrath captured this week. You will love her work.