CREATIVE SPARKS: SATURDAY SNAPSHOT — PAST, PRESENT, NEAR & FAR — MARCH 16

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Welcome to another creative opportunity to showcase photos, via our weekly Saturday Snapshot event, hosted by Alyce, At Home With Books.

With spring in the air, those outdoor chores are calling to some of us.  Here’s what my second son Brett was doing a couple of weekends ago.  Cleaning out the garage.

 

Suburban LA Life

 

In another part of the world, my oldest son was trying to celebrate in a spring-like manner, but with snow all around.

Snowy Day Barbecue

Snowy Day Barbecue

Then…back in LA, my eldest grandson is enjoying a view.

Alec - Not afraid of heights

Fiona's New Texas Style

And a few weeks ago, granddaughter Fiona celebrated her sixteenth birthday at her new home in Texas.  Missing you, girl!

Fifteen-Year Heather...in 1991

Fifteen-Year Heather…in 1991

 

So that’s it for this week…from the past to the present, from California to Texas to Germany.

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38 thoughts on “CREATIVE SPARKS: SATURDAY SNAPSHOT — PAST, PRESENT, NEAR & FAR — MARCH 16

    • I had to laugh, as I’ve often thought that my son’s garage was a bit out of hand…lol

      I spent the morning cleaning my patio and snapped shots of the before and after.

      Spring does bring out that urge, doesn’t it? Thanks for stopping by, Carolyn.

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  1. ach, don’t remind me about spring cleaning! I think I need one of those trash pods this year…ugh…. Anyhow, it’s great that you had a pic of a snow day and a sunny LA day, gotta love the weather around the country 🙂 Thanks for sharing your pics today, Book Savvy Babe

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  2. What a great photo montage to your family! What special moments to capture…even the green garbage bin adds an interesting memory!!

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  3. I had to chuckle a bit when your first sentence said spring is in the air. I’ve been driving around on slushy, snow-covered roads today…and it’s still falling. Definitely not spring here in Michigan. 🙂

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    • I still need to start here…although today I cleared off my patio, and then took a picnic to the park with my youngest grandson. It’s lovely today, but who knows what tomorrow will bring? Thanks for visiting, Rebecca.

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