Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Photo Challenge: DIGNITY

Have I mentioned how much I love doing these challenges? Well, if I haven't please be assured that I do. I really, really do. Thanks for joining me!

Sunbeam Dignity
I have known Our Lisa since I was a tween and her mom hasn't changed one whit since I first saw her. Beautiful.

In light of the gigantic todo over the Boob Song from the Oscar telecast Our Alisun's entry is perfectly on point.

Dad's old chess set
I have to ask Our Janet who George is and what he has to do with her dad's chess set.

Our Bethany lives with a bunch of yahoos. It's a good thing she likes them. (I do, too.)

I wasn't sure about this one of my mom at dinner in Italy but I kept coming back to it. In this context I like to think she's laughing at Bethany's picture above.

Sometimes something hits you at the perfectly teachable moment so you can never, no matter how you try, unlearn it. One of those things for me was a bulletin board display in 3rd Grade (shout out to Miss England!) that had a calendar and for March it said "In like a lion and out like a lamb" and we talked about what that would mean. Every March, without fail, that phrase repeats in my head. So, of course, this next challenge is going to be LION/LAMB but with that saying in mind so interpret away, you fabulously creative people!

Please enter by 9am Tuesday March 12th (my mom's birthday!) for posting on March 13th. Tag your photos with PHOTO CHALLENGE and LION/LAMB. Check out the wonderful work in our Flickr Pool for inspiration. Also, let me know if you have questions.

1 comment:

  1. I'm glad you like doing them, because I like participating in them :-)

    oh, an explanation might help, eh? My Dad's name was George, and I believe the button was from George McGovern's presidential campaign in 1968!