I never should have picked ‘hope’ as my inspirational word for ‘one word February’ after the first day I ran out hopeful images.
Here is an example:
I let my kids watch Oprah last week. There was an episode about ‘the worlds most talented kids’. One of the acts were contortionists (maybe from a circus?). They’ve been practicing ever since; in the livingroom next to the glass/metal coffee table. I ‘hope’ they don’t need stitches.
(note to readers: I accidentally deleted every photo but this from my camera for this particular day. The horror when I discovered that this was day 16 whether I liked it or not).
I guess I can ‘hope’ that I am more diligent in the future, when it comes to photo deletions.
Here’s a few more ‘hope’fuls:
About nine p.m. EVERY night I get all freaked-out, because I don’t have a picture and start taking photos of my nineteen year old’s valentine bouquet (don’t ask)! “GO GET YOUR FLOWERS! AND MY CAMERA CARD!” She’s ‘hope’ing that at some point in her lifetime I stop hollering orders down the basement stairs. (I know I can, I know I can)
I think you’re supposed to see ‘hope’, then photograph it, NOT take a photograph and then try and see ‘hope’.
Can you see ‘hope’? (psst … if you can tell me!)