I am constantly losing things. I lost my new phone a couple of months ago, and I thought I lost my camera in Tahoe. This afternoon I misplaced my keys and was searching high and low. I thought I should go look in my car, and even though I had already cleaned out my car this weekend I found MY PHONE AND MY CAMERA!!! My keys were found elsewhere. I've been camera happy all afternoon. Hereyago:
Mondays and Wednesdays we go see Uncle Peter play flag football for his Jr. High. I didn't get any action shots because Luke keeps me on my toes and I like to actually watch the game (not through a lens) when I can. This is after the game waiting for Peter to exit the locker room. Sometimes he plays quarterback and sometimes he plays something on defense (I have no clue what it's called). Ever since that kid was a toddler he could throw a spiral, and I knew he'd make a great QB someday. This game he threw some awesome passes and they got a win after two 6-7 losses.
I couldn't get him in uniform because I am under strict orders not to embarrass him. He is a very cool 7th grader now and can't have his big sister fawning all over him.
My heart melts to see this. I just love watching Mac reading to Luke. They sure are buds. Sometimes we go wait for Mac to pull into the apartment complex after work and as soon as Luke sees his Daddy, he pulls me pointing at Mac's truck and gets so giddy, squealing and flapping his available arm. Oh, and Luke's thing lately is playing with his feet while we read, so not the best picture ever.
This is a video only a mother could love. I didn't want to edit it, so it's just Luke, looking at books. I know the video is grainy, but I just love how seriously he takes the book and turns it around and around. Don't mind the adults slurping their noodles in the background.
1 year ago