Love this weeks challenge especially when I realized I had captured a few different settings with the color of the rainbow. The first two photos are of my grandson Tanner. I went to visit him when he was seven months old and watched him interact with other children at Gymboree. Then last month I had the opportunity to visit him again, now 18 months. As you can see he has changed quite a bit. The same little girl is still his best friend. It was such fun watching his interactions with the other children and to see his development over the year in between visits. Miss him but so grateful for FaceTime.
The next photo, taken at a Mexican Restaurant in San Diego, was very colorful and captures the color spectrum of the rainbow. Wish I could remember the name of the restaurant because the food was delicious and the decorations captured the energy of the locale.
This photo was taken in the morning when I walked into the living room and noticed that rainbow reflecting on the wall with the dragonfly shadow. Living mindfully allows one to notice things that might be missed when moving too quickly through life. This is a perfect example. If I had been moving too quickly through the living room this gift would have been missed.
The book lover in me could not pass over this photo. There is a rainbow of color captured on the shelves in the library. Once again, when visiting the library if you can slow down you will notice the various colors, shapes and sizes of the books. Try to find the smallest book, the largest book while visiting. Bring children to the library with you and share the joy of books and reading with them.
Local libraries, at least in the U.S., have many programs available for children and adults. I visit my favorite library, my niece is the librarian so of course this is my favorite. They offers several programs and book clubs for all ages. I am a member of the bookclub that meets on the third Friday of the month. It is like visiting family every time I attend. Do you have a favorite local library?
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “ROY G. BIV.”
Living big and enjoying life.
Love and Light!