A new feature - just one day. A little phrase, with two vastly different meanings.
Just one day - one of many, nothing spectacular, everything as normal as can be.
Just one day - imagine if that's all we had?
I think about this a good amount, having a little boy who, had he been born a decade or two ago, would have had just one or two days on this Earth. I think often about the next surgery, the long hospital stay, and all of the question marks in our family's future. It makes me appreciate the little moments so much more.
I want snapshots of our days. With camera in hand, I am reminded of the common and comforting things that happen each day, as well as the novel and exciting. It seems my camera can be a tool of mindfulness.
In the present moment, there is beauty. This day is my life.
I would love it if you join me. Share a link to your posts in the comments.
1. 6:45 a.m. baby piano concert 2. The mirror game 3. Getting out the door 4. Clover exploration 5. Watching out for him 6. Stand up, Lachlan! 7. Rain boot day 8. Misty spider's web 9. Poet's Walk, Hillsborough, NC 10. After mud play, clothing change and vegan cookies 11. Short but sweet 12. Fighting over the book 13. Flowers for the lunch table 14. Through the studio window 15. Summer dress, our next pattern 16. Indian food takeout 17. Sweet dreams 18. Getting ready 19. He likes this one 20. Wearing home-drafted, home-sewn tank.