Weekly Photo Challenge: Vibrant

I started this post by going through pictures that remind me of the word vibrant. As I got to the third photograph I felt a dramatic shift and was wondering if it belonged in this post. I decided to leave it as the story of it truly inspires me and makes me think deeply of my own faith. Here’s to vibrant emotions, thoughts and sights.

Feeling vibrant in our wedding attire

I love the vibrant colours in these seed pods

I used vibrant colours to draw Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran. A truly inspirational story that requires more time and dedication to write about. I am in the process of creating an art work about them.

The vibrant truth of God’s love

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Alphabet

If we didn’t have the alphabet then we couldn’t put coded letters into words to create expression of the word form.

Expression is as natural as this rock in a rainforest

I’ve been creating memes about gardens and God

Using the word of God to express another form of creativity

coded words to make a sign

A tower of coded words and letters to take me on many different journeys

 

A Fun Family Day

Yesterday our little family decided to take a train to the Gong and check out the Toy Brick Fair.

This adventure really had everything going for it and could be classified as a win win as our son loves a train ride, Lego and Starwars.

 

 

There was a designated spot to make your own creation……Zach didn’t make anything but guess who did?

It seemed like our young fella was getting over stimulated by the sounds, people and lots of Lego and over at the door way he saw a fern tree and decided ¬†that’s where he wanted to be.

After our little city adventure we decided to go where there are loads of tree ferns, Macquarie Pass National Park.

I’m really loving Zach’s new plant obsession……taking him to that Community garden had really paid off.

In the world of Starwars (which I love) it is so nice to see my son have another interest that adds calm to your life. I think bush walking needs to be a priority in our lives and me must encourage this new keen interest.