Posted in creative sparks, Saturday Snapshot


Good morning!  If you’re feeling those creative sparks flying about, perhaps it’s time to join the Saturday Snapshot event, hosted by Alyce, At Home With Books.

Just grab a photo you’ve captured, or one shot by family/friends, and link up.

Last Saturday, I spent the day with two of my grandchildren, Fiona and Noah.  Fiona had a stack of photos that she had taken during the summer.  Here she is in one that really illustrates what a difference a few months can make!  She and her friends had gone biking up the Central Coast.

And here’s a photo we took last weekend.

Now I’m eager to visit all of your shots!  Please come on by and share some links.



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  1. Thanks, Staci….I realized something last weekend. Each of these kids hates having his/her photos taken alone, but together they have fun with it.

    Also…if they’re at an event or doing something fun, they don’t mind that either, as illustrated in the first photo.


  2. Its so special to have time with your grands. Would love to see our grands more than once or twice a year. Being a Red Hatter, I noticed the red and purple hat. Are you a member of the Red Hat Society perchance?


    1. Not officially, Pooch, but I love the concept…and have read some books about Red Hat Society dames that were a lot of fun. Plus…I love the colors.

      Thanks for stopping by, and I wish I could see all the grands as much as I see the ones who live in town.


    1. Oh, totally, Jill. I love these moments. Even though I took lots of pix when my own kids were small, I was always so busy it was hard to enjoy the moments. That’s why grandchildren are such a treasure. Thanks for stopping by.


  3. How nice that you got to spend the weekend with your grandkids! I now treasure the time I spent with my grandmothers and am glad that they and my parents made sure it happened!


    1. I loved spending time with my grandmother, too; those moments with her were like treasures I could remember long afterwards. I’m trying to duplicate those experiences for my grandchildren. Thanks for stopping by, Colleen.


    1. Thanks, Kathy…I think so, too, but then I’m biased! LOL

      She is definitely a joy to be with, and so far, I haven’t seen any of the “snark” that teens often have. I’ve got my fingers crossed.


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