Friday, May 27, 2016

What to share???

Children weren't awake, yet

Researched park and found way too much information
what's a girl to do?

Startled by a Big Bird
we stared at each other for a while
my new camera and i aren't friends, yet
so . . only the moment to remember.

Imagined a new way to share old information
 next school term

new school bookings - 
have stories, will travel
who knew???

love & love,


Anonymous said...

I'm sure you will make friends soon. Hope you have a great weekend. :)

eileeninmd said...

Hello, nice playground. I hope you and your camera are friends soon. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

TexWisGirl said...

have stories; will travel. that made me smile, too.

Su-sieee! Mac said...

A dragonfly see-saw! Yes, I can see this park would inspire a lot out of the imagination. Oh, those lucky kids who'll be benefiting from yours.

Ida said...

That is such a fun piece of playground equipment.
Congrats on the new camera. - I may soon have that same problem.
Enjoy the school break - Ours get out here June 10th.

Tom said...


Tomoko said...

Such a pretty equipment...dragon fly?? I like it.
You and your new camera will be good friends soon!
Have a good day.

Snap said...

Enjoy the quiet time while you can. I love that dragon fly -- would love to climb on it and dream!

Denise inVA said...

Always takes a while to become friends with a new camera :) Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.

Carol Z said...

I think you're more than just acquaintances. Really enjoyed your photograph.

Crystal Collier said...

I've never see n anything so creative and cool. My kidlets would be all over that.

b"E"th ( : edwards said...

what a cool playground, i love dragonflies. we were camping this past weekend and 2 were around our campsite pretty much the whole time, i wonder why? i need to google that. see what they were interested in? ( ;

Sharon Wagner said...

Thanks for sharing your Mother Theresa story on my blog!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Cameras are never around or fast enough when cool big birds show up.

Revrunner said...

Would be interesting to see how children interact with the big bug. :-)