Though this is only his little grin, it is still a smile in my mind. Wayne is a dear friend of our family, and I sit with him in worship each Sunday. When he gives me a hug and says hello, I’ll ask him how he is, and his reply? “Better now!” …always given after the hug.
Stands alone… I’m sharing this more because of it’s value to me rather than its photogenic qualities. My husband made this easel for me this week. And I have been using it! Thanks, Mark!
Something old, and kind of rusty in places… the light meter my grandfather used to use when taking photos. Notice the dirt and wear on the inside cover. (He used to tell me when I was little that he was trying to see if my face was dirty.)
Artificial birdies…found at my favorite store last week. The tallest is about 4 inches tall. And I think I may have to get more of these. They are just stinkin’ cute!
Repeating pattern…okay, how can I have a scavenger hunt without one of the kitties? Mark made this wood box with its repeating pattern of holes in it, just big enough for a ping pong ball to fit in. And you can see the attraction…those paws try to get the ball out. But you’ll also see a very tiny red laser light on the second hole from the left…which was my way to get the cat to pose for you on the wooden box in the first place. (We scavenger hunters take our job seriously.)
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