While not pie on this pi day, I hope you enjoy this sweet Valentine’s Day card I made and sent out this year. I couldn’t share the e-version until after Joy received hers in Zambia which took a month!
I loved making this card using the good ole Adobe Creative Suite, my camera, and my color laser printer that once again justified its purchase. I borrowed the mustache pun from over here after I finally stop giggling.
seen at the Lincoln Memorial
Though we went to two children’s museums, an art museum, an art gallery, two parks with playgrounds, an ice cream shop, and many other places to eat, for Ennis none had the impression of this pile of leaves.
Perhaps it was the crunch and rustle the leaves made as he reached forward and shifted his weight to his knees.
Or maybe it was how they flaked and crumbled in his hands as he passed them back and forth before closing them in his fists.
Or it could have been the reds, browns, and yellows they painted the ground.
Whatever it was, vacation to this baby involved getting his hands on as many fallen leaves as possible.
I almost packed up a box for him to bring back, but instead of trying to hold on to our week in Indiana, I’ll be sure we experience true fall with all its golden leaf glory again.
What I’d give to be that free and in tune with my body that I could fall out like this and feel secure.