Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Wonder and Joy


I'm guessing there's not one thing I need to say about this other than this is the "rabbit hole" Nicholas found on Sunday when we were in the woods. He says he saw a bat inside, which he wanted me to see, but I just took his word for it. :) I was having too much fun taking his pics.







Let's all of us keep our Childlike wonder and joy this Christmas and throughout the new year!

11 comments:

  1. These photos capture priceless moments! Thanks, Mom!

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  2. Yes, Amy, they do! He is a real treasure for all of us.

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  3. This hollow tree, I wonder how much longer it will stand? I love it that critters make their home there. If Nicholas could fit inside, I'll bet he'd sit in there!

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  4. Merveilleuses photos! On dirait un petit film..

    Très belles et heureuses fêtes à toi et à ta famille!...

    Hello Ruth....

    Contente pour Donica!..

    Ritabisous.

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  5. Ruth: I wondered the same thing about this tree. I hope it stands for a long time because it is so special now. And yes, if Nicholas could fit inside, I'm quite sure he'd sit in there! :)

    RD: Awww. Thanks for your kind wishes, in French. So very sweet. :)

    ["Marvellous photographs! A small film would be said. Very beautiful and happy festivals with you and your family!... Hello Ruth.... Satisfy for Donica!.. Ritabisous."--from Babel Fish translator]

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  6. lol - the hand in and out takes the cake...Such cool photos! Yes so true... It's great to be childlike!

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  7. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and yours Ginnie!

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  8. ET: Yes, yes. May it always be so, this childlikeness! Thanks, ET.

    O-X: The same to you and CS!!

    Anil: Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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  9. Ginnie - I love that you share these precious moments with us. What a delight!

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  10. It's very hard to NOT share these moments, Judy. I'm glad you like them! Of course, you're a g'ma and know!

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