I am fascinated by little things in life. A baby’s smile, a spider making a web, the smell of GAIN fabric softener (lol). I can watch the sky forever and always have it take my breath away. I remember as a young child growing up in Arizona going to ASU Farm with my family to spend time together. My mom had made a giant denim patchwork quilt that we called “Magic Blue”. It went with us for every camp out, every picnic, and whoever was sick got to cuddle up in the magic blanket to feel better. One of my fondest memories is laying on Magic Blue at the ASU Farm with my brothers and parents and watching the clouds float by. I did this with my own children too, finding shapes and forms in the clouds and admiring the beauty and magic of nature. I still love it today as an adult. 
I take a lot of pictures with my little camera. I have so many pictures of nature that make me happy like icicles that I saw for the first time after moving to cold Chicago and the crane that lives in the pond at our neighborhood park. I know that my pictures may be boring or insignificant to others and I keep them to myself most of the time, except the other day when Fall was in full color and now with this series of photos of the sun setting on a drive home from my son’s soccer game. Call me a Tree Hugger, Our World is Amazing! 

My favorite quote: “We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors. We borrow it from our children.”
                              – ancient American Indian proverb

! Have a Fabulous Day ! – Jenny at Dapperhouse