Contemplating.

Contemplating.
Wayzata, Minnesota

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Thematic Photographic # 290 Hungry

    Made with love just for me!

What's the one thing that's pretty constant in our everyday lives?



Ask not what you can do for your country.  Ask what's for lunch.  Orson Welles


Real eggs and real fake eggs, made with love.

A little girl and her Mommy put this together for Daddy one Sunday morning! Enjoy Daddy we love you!



It's no surprise to me that Carmi offers "hungry" for this week's theme! 

So, let's play with some food!




An afternoon Cutie Snack, I created!  Yes, the snake's head was the first to be eaten!  Cheese eyes and all.



I Spy a Food Truck.   Which reminds me how much I like playing chef!



So, I whipped up a few items for my son and his family! Surprise, you don't have to cook tonight!  This just happened to be on Monday, so hooray just in time for Carmi's hungry post.



Even though he was very hungry my son sent me a photo of his dinner plate, before digging in!  Yep, as a matter of fact he had a little of everything.


Food is a necessity, but how we play it through in our daily lives, makes all the difference of it just being another meal.

12 comments:

Laurie Kolp said...

Now I'm hungry!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Very sweet pictures, Karen.

Looks yummy, too!
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TexWisGirl said...

the snake and butterfly are adorable!

Cloudia said...

Such a sweet post!

Domestic Hectic Apoplectics have kept me too busy recently! Glad to catch up with you today
:-)
ALOHA from Honolulu
ComfortSpiral

=^..^= <3

Max Sartin said...

Mmmm, I love a good omelet. Delicious set of pictures!

Gilly said...

Really great food photos! Love the omelette - more a main meal in itself!

Bob Scotney said...

It seems a shame that the Cutie Snack had to be eaten.

Karen S. said...

It was!

Karen S. said...

Oh that's too bad I hope all is well now! Aloha sweet Cloudia!

Karen S. said...

Tasty artwork all the way!

Karen S. said...

Absolutely it was and he ate the whole thing!

Karen S. said...

Yes it was, I had to snap photos quickly before it became history!