Wednesday, December 12, 2018
I believe that Christmas is often made up of tiny moments - moments that sometimes only last a second and then are over. If we are careful those moments aren't gone. They are stored - forever in our hearts.
Perhaps that is why I love my camera so very much - it captures moments that only last a second - I look through my camera and somehow I know I need to snap my shutter because it is something I want to hold on to forever.
Here are some of my forever moments through the years.
Christmas in New York City ... just stopping for a snack
Ripping Open Presents
A Baby Doll
Waiting for Santa
Christmas Eve Mass on her Daddy's Lap
Add Dressed Up On Christmas Day
Helping Her Get Dressed
A Hug For Her Daddy
Resting On Mommy
Little Golden Book Joy
A Little Girl Growing Up
Too Much Christmas
The Year All She Wanted Santa To Do Was To Save Every Orphan... and he answered!
Little Feet, Silk Dresses, Opening Stockings
So much love
Sprinkling Reindeer Food
When They First Walk Into the Living Room
Baby Doll Clothes
A Christmas Morning Cuddle
December 25th at 9pm
I could go one for days posting these moments. I have learned through the years that the big picture of a 'picture perfect' Christmas doesn't exist. I learned long ago it is in the itty bitty moments that the magic happens - when we remember to look.