The Mary Kay Ash Charitable Foundation (mkacf.org) supports breast cancer research through a grant program and each year they try to offer more grants or increase the size of the grants so that the smart people can figure out a cure to a disease that affect one of my fave parts of the female anatomy… not only can it tear down a person from the inside out it affects the lives of many, many others. At the last Leadership Conference, Mary Kay Directors were given a heart so that they could put their donation In the Honor of or In the Memory of someone they knew (or didn’t know). Here’s a small section of the Hearts, also, this is just one side and this picture was taken during the middle of Leadership as well.
Have a Great Week!
Moving to a different computer has delayed my Photohunting Submissions. I didn’t think that I would be able to submit this week for “Four” but who knew? There was a picture on my camera of our December Cruise and it just happened to have a Four… SCORE!
Have a Great Week!
Here is my submission for this week’s theme, it’s definitely been ruined! Or as they say in East Tennessee “Ruin’d” (pronounced like the word “runt” with a softer “t” sound at the end -Don’t Ask Me…) It was FIRST Ruined when we decided to cut a hole in the top. Then we ruined the insides, by scraping them out and tossing them in the compost. We further ruined by cutting patterns in the sides of it. The weather ruined it even more as it sat on our porch for the last 3 weeks or so.
Meet “Jack”, his life was Ruined when we gave him a lobotomy and set him out on Halloween!
This picture was taken ON Saturday 11-08 at The Elder’s School Fall Festival. I had Stella out and about taking pictures of the kids (and having Lens Envy, of some of the other cameras out there). I saw these two together and thought they would be PERFECT for the “Together” theme this week.
I know this is late, but I did not want to miss another week and I have been walking around trying to find something “blue”. Although taking the pictures of the dog brings upon him high anxiety, he does just sit there and look guilty, or in some cases “blue” as well.
This is a photo of part of my family… my Kids. This was taken at The Elder’s (R) Open House for his Kindergarten. He was able to show it off to Mommy, Daddy, Grandma, Our Reliable and Resourceful Au Pair and his little brother (L) The Younger.
This picture was taken with my mobile phone, so please excuse the graininess of the picture. The view is of a tree in the twilight of it’s life during the twilight of the day. This is my neighbor’s tree that died sometime last fall (there were a few leaves still on the branches) and is now being taken down.
The view is right from base of the trunk looking up. The remaining light of the setting sun is in the lower right hand corner. The next day, the trunk was lying upon the ground ready for it’s next stage of it’s recycling death as mulch or firewood.