Everyday Moments: April 2014 - Part I
Apparently, I was so trigger happy on my camera this month; I really couldn't squeeze everything that I wanted to share into one month.
This guy -my roomy and cousin - is getting married in a month, which means I barely have one more month living with him. Crazy
Lots of mornings were spent with Chief and Talitha just romping around on my Saturday mornings.
I'm not a selfie girl - but post walk with camera in hand I couldn't resist the temptation to see what a self-portrait would work out through a mirror.
My youth ministry will be taking an indefinite break by the end of May, in the meantime, we're having lots of fun, this particular shot was from one of the random hack-job Photo Booth shoots we decided to do.
Talitha window lit. For some reason, I really needed to know what the focal length would look like with a 50mm f/1.8 compared to the 35mm f/1.4.
Truly Beautiful Skies
The skies were pretty dramatic early-mid April, days are getting longer, which means I actually get to visually enjoy some of the scenery, creation and sunrises and sunsets on my commute.
You can't really see it, but the town I live in is right in the flat lands of this valley.
And of course, Talitha enjoys the view too.
My First Breaking and Entering into a Chalk House
I love how creative and imaginative kids can be. I arrived home one evening over the Easter break and saw that the kids had built some chalk houses around our street. Here's Ocean the Vizsla walking over the kitchen stovetop - lucky he didn't burn his paws.
I weighed the situation and decided that it would be obtrusive of me to break in and take some photos of their home. Pictured below is their laundry room.
The kitchen island and dining room. I love their open space concept.
And two kitchens tops. They're clearly neighbours.
Afternoon Walks and Dog Romps
Talitha had a good evening romp around the yard.
Chalk was healthily scattered in the yard - perhaps they will grow.
Had a quick toy free lensing in the golden sunlight - just exploring what new treasures there are to be found.
Green is beginning to spring up from the ground.
And here's Ocean, having escaped from his home, and followed us to the park for a play. Naughty boy!