Spirit of Dragonflies, LLC

Kripalu Mindfulness Outdoor Experience Guide & Life Coach – Get Outside. Go Within.

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge – Enveloped (2)


When I saw this pic I decided to be literal with this week’s photo challenge – enveloped. When my two older children were small they received letters from Santa Claus. This was my daughter’s letter on her first Christmas. She was seven months old.

It surprised me when I came across the letter in a small box of collectables. Now that she is a mother, it will be fun sharing this with her son when he is a bit older. He is only 18 months old right now. Do you have any items from when you or your children were young that you wonder why you saved?

My daughter's envelope from Santa

My daughter’s envelope from Santa

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Enveloped.”

Author: spiritofdragonflies

My purpose in life is always transforming and expanding. The focus is still to inspire others to reach their goals, dreams, higher selves, but now mainly to guide you back to a connection with nature, with living simply, finding joy in the everyday experiences. Are you ready to transform your life forever, to enhance your health, peace and joy in life? Allow me to guide you along the steps toward reaching your inspirational, joyful life. I am a lover of life, a certified Mindfulness Outdoor Experience Guide, Certified QSCA Life Coach, Therapeutic Touch practitioner, amateur photographer, and aspiring writer taking steps to reach my own goals and loving every minute. Love and Light!

2 thoughts on “The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge – Enveloped (2)

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  2. I love this post, because part of the reason why I blog is to record memories of my daughter and snippets of the moments we’ve shared with our grandchildren… So I guess in addition to tangible items, my “digital space” is what I am hoping to save for my grandchildren, and maybe their grandchildren when / if they are interested in family history.


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