I‘ve found that although memory is increasingly splotchy, I rarely forget a photo, the cement that holds moments and memories together. On this last day of 2011, I’m strolling through the year in images and revisiting the posts that illuminate them. I hope you enjoy it, too.
Snow Ice Cream made me popular with my kids and the neighbors, too. (Click that link to learn how to make it.)
The BlissDom Flashmob (I cannot believe I was in not one, but two flashmobs this year!)
Facing Fiona (the healing is in the comments).
A Team that Prays
Year End Carnival with Homeschool Group
The Instagallery (in 5 1/2 years of blogging, this is currently my most popular post ever)
Family Time and Meeting a New Cousin
Disney Summer Social
The Hubs (and three friends) Ordained as Deacons
(in)courage Girls in Hilton Head
The Relevant Conference
The Defense of the Faith Seminar at Church
If you made it this far,
you’re probably a member of my family thanks for hanging in there with me! Going through my flickr stream made me realize how much I love seeing the Instagram (camera phone) photos from the year, too. They’re less a record of the big events and more of the day-to-day.
Can you believe tomorrow is a new year? Did you capture this one in photos?