Monday, December 13, 2010

Daily Dose (5) Family

Daily Dose!

As much as I love a good YA read, or a fabulous name, this blog represents my love for photography. That is why I love Holly over at Good Golly Miss Holly, well, there are many reasons and I rec her blog to the moon and back, but her new meme is wonderful and I am glad to participate.

I think this is the best way to “get to know me.”

The best way to know someone is to know what they find beauty in. You’ll see snow, fireworks, foxes and polar bears. Books, of course, kisses and true love captured on film. I may be too pretentious for my own good, but there will be a deep and moving quote or two. Come with me to Paris, Capri and New York City. Who knows when I will be the one behind the camera, but I assure you, it’s one of the best places to find me.

How MPB’s DD works: I will never post pictures best classified as “porn.” I will not post quotes with filthy language and I am not going to be making political statements. However, you may see skin, just not anatomy, sarcasm is widely acceptable and God will be mentioned in a Holy light. I hope that none of that makes you uncomfortable. The first picture shown every week will be the theme. I hope the story is easy to understand and fun to look at.

All pictures are from the most amazing (addictive) site called We <3 It.

The best part of spending Christmas with family is spending Christmas with your family. This is to celebrate the joy we find in one another and the love Jesus has surrounded us with this season. To those who don’t have a family this holiday season, to the widows, the orphans, to those grieving a loved one, to those who are far from home, I am praying for you, I pray that this Christmas will quell your pain and brighten your hearts outlook. Someone still loves you. Christ came to Earth for you.



Lizzy said...

I love photography, too! I'm not particularly skilled at it, unfortunately. I love that photo of the fox and the deer :)

Anonymous said...

I love that last one and the first one is so true which kind of sucks. :( It's always the people we care the most about that we take totally for granted.