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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Surprise, Mama

I'm not sure if this is the prettily wrapped surprise package that Lisa from Lisa Notes, one of my favorite reads, wrote of in my comments yesterday, but I got a feeling.

I'm sitting at the computer downloading the fair pictures when I see . . . 

Without me knowing it Maxster had been playing with the camera.

Sometimes no knowledge is the best kind.

Here's my budding photograher.

Simply entitled -

 Self Portraits.

Do I think God whispered in Max's ear?  Son, your mama needs a laugh.  Take some pictures of yourself.

I'm not sure, but I wouldn't put it past my Father.  He is the giver of all good things.  And He plants ideas.  And He speaks.  So . . .

Every desirable and beneficial gift comes out of heaven.  The gifts are rivers of light cascading down from the Father of Light.
James 1:17, The Message Bible


Greg and Donna said...

Great pics...Max is a ham. (glad his nose was clean!)

Lisa notes... said...

Oh, these make me smile so big, Rie. Looks to me like a wonderful surprise from God. :-) We can never predict what His gifts will look like, can we? But we can know that they will be good and that His timing is flawless. Glad your son was cooperating. Totally adorable.

rutledgeramblings said...

So cute! Our Taylor does this same thing and I never know until I go to download the pics. Always a good laugh! Glad God made you smile :)

Anonymous said...

My favorite is the fish face. Those are definitely keepers, if for no other reason than to be bribes for those teenage years!
I had not read your blog for a couple of days, and I missed yesterday's. I wish I had known sooner. I will start praying right now for the sadness to lift. I love you so much. I feel so far away sometimes. Please call me to prayer ANYTIME you need it. Your sister, Janice

KTElltt said...

Just back from vacation and catching up on blog reading... This is precious! He and Addie have so much in common!

Drawing of me losing my cool courtesy of budding artist, Izzy.

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