Wayzata, Minnesota

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Thematic Photographic - Warmth

Thematic Photographic

Holiday Warmth - I just knew when I read Bob's post from his, Bob's Home For Writing blog - that if Carmi's TP theme this week was Holiday Warmth, I had to post two of most favorite holiday photos. 

BUT! Oh my goodness hopping on over to Carmi's Written Inc blog, I soon discovered his theme this week is simply warmth! 

"All the statistics in the world can't measure the warmth of a smile."
 Chris Hart

"Laughs, are like yawns, you just can't help but smile back!"

Then when I visited Carmi's blog I noticed "warmth" is the main theme, and as always-however we perceive it.

On a warm sunny day, keeping each other warm and oh, so loved!


Making memories, while sharing precious moments together to warm us years later.

Please enjoy this video about the day after Christmas and let it warm your mood.

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Lisa Shafer said...

Uh, is that a sculpture of someone being tortured? It looks highly disturbing.
I much prefer the pics of the little girl. :)

Cloudia said...

WARMLY Appreciated!
Friendly Aloha from Honolulu,
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Karen S. said...

Lisa- no way- it's an artist's idea of a warm (okay he may have been thinking hot!!) embrace- truly! :)

darlin said...

Karen I LOVE your first two shots, now that's holiday warmth at its finest! I only wish I had that fireplace in my home right about now, it's super cold here, a great day to stay indoors!

Wishing you a blessed and Happy New

Gilly said...

Lovely little girl - great photos. And the fire looks really good!

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

BA HUMBUG! (Sorry, somebody had to do it.)

Bob Scotney said...

The cat said Bah, Humbug! by turning its back on the camera.
The light of my world is still here until the New Year (due to return to Mi oon jan 1.)

Sage said...

I love those photos of the young girl under the tree! Nice topic for this time of the year.

Karen S. said...

Bob- How wonderful, that your little girl could come home for the holiday celebrations, just like old times!

Karen S. said...

Jerry- you are always the light of my day in humor for sure! Smiles and hugs to you too!

Filip and Kristel said...

Your first two pictures are excellent, I really believed that it was an old picture.


Max Sartin said...

As always, great photos and words to go with. Smiles and Christmas trees always give a sense of warmth.

Galen Pearl said...

I think I'll go build a fire right now. A great evening for reading in front of the fire.

Alexia said...

Great warming pictures, Karen! Happy New Year to you :)

R. Mac Wheeler said...

Hey Karen

So why did you go no-reply...or am I dreaming? Didn't I used to be able to reply back when you left a comment. I'm getting old. Hate that.

- Mac

Karen S. said...

Mac- actually, I haven't had a reply thingy on these comments, but you can just post another comment here. I'll get it, or in my emails like usual!

K.C. said...

Very delightful to feel the warmth rise outward!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I love your first two pictures, Karen.


Kelsea said...

First two pictures are adorable! Reminds me of my little cousins who are so funny this time of year! Nice fire too!