There is nothing more iconic than the yellow school bus when it comes to "Back to School" in the USA. It's what most of the Kindies I know were most excited about, when they started school for the first time this fall! Interestingly, statistics show it's also the safest way to get to school, especially for teenagers. Long live the yellow bus!
"The Way I View________" is an artistic collaboration between around a hundred photographers on the "Clickin' Moms" forum. To have a look at a few of the other photographers' interpretations of this month's subject in our blog circle, click through the linked blog entries, starting with Katie: http://www.felixfam.blogspot.com/
~ Motherhood ~
~ Friendship ~
~ A tribute to my son's BEST FRIEND! ~
Oh, the best friend! He's slightly older, bigger, stronger, confident, goofy, makes funny faces at grown-ups and kids alike and rides his big brother's bike.... He comes from a warm, loving family and those qualities shine out from him too. My son absolutely adores this guy!!
Happiness.... What is happiness?
Simply a feeling of contentment, or is there more to it?
How is it achieved?
What does happiness depend upon?
What causes happiness to slip away........?
~ Sweetness & Love ~
~ New Beginnings ~
A true story of a young warrior ♥
Once upon a time, there was a couple in love. The would-be parents moved out to Colorado to start a family and the mother gave up her job to care for her babies. Blessed with a son, soon followed by another, they began a happy existence as a family of four.
“Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end”
A few months into this joyful time, the new baby boy broke the main bone in his lower leg. At birth, the family had been warned that his left leg was bent and may break at any time. At 7 months old, the little baby was in a cast - a hard, heavy, cumbersome addition to his tiny body. By this time, the family had learned that this bundle of joy had a random genetic mutation called Neurofibromatosis-1, despite the family having no previous history of this condition. Some of the possible complications of NF1 are frightening and the devastated parents realized that this broken bone could be only the beginning of their precious child's troubles.