Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Here, kitty

I grabbed the camera as we headed out yesterday for an impromptu picnic tea party. Here's a little photo essay of our adventure:

searching for the perfect spot


this spot looks good


do squirrels like crackers?



this one doesn't seem to care for them, anyway











hey! a cat!




do cats like tea?





drink your tea






ah, well. someone might just as well drink it




kiss


goodbye, then.


marching time





35 comments:

  1. Anonymous8:26 AM

    I love this!!
    -Sharri

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  2. What sweet photos. Don't we all crave the time when everything in life was a wonder and an opportunity to learn.

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  3. Sandy9:24 AM

    Looks like she had lotsa fun!

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  4. Anonymous9:41 AM

    Lovely! Your daughter is enchanting.

    jennifer
    jsauer013167@hotmail.com

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  5. i really like this series! Looks like some good exploring and wondering. Watching (and photographing) our children can be so sweetly satisfying.

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  6. So amazingly wonderful! Brought a huge smile to my face. And the cat was so nice to your daughter! :)

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  7. these photos are beautiful...and i love the narration which gives us a little glimpse into her personality...

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  8. So sweet! You could make a little book and relive the day with her again and again.

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  9. Fantastic photo essay. Thank you for sharing. The rubber boots are too much! We do indoor picnics on the kitchen floor when it is really hot.

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  10. beautiful! totally brought me back to my own stuy town childhood.

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  11. I needed a smile - these pictures worked wonders. Thank you for sharing.

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  12. At what store do I buy adorable little girls like that?

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  13. Loved the photos. My granddaughter go out like that and we call it a photo shoot. She is old enough to make me be a subject also. Such a cutie.Linda G in Michigan

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  14. Oh, how sweet! She's a cutie and obviously having a lot of fun. I think Mom did, too!

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  15. This could be a great book! So sweet.

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  16. Too cute, Love this!!!!

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  17. That is SO cute ;0)
    I'm a teacher in nursery and I found myself thinking what a great book that would make, with your daughter providing the text - sometimes you just can't witch off!!
    India

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  18. This. is. killing. me.

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  19. She's adorable, Liesl!

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  20. Adorable! I could see that in a children's picture book- call a publisher!!

    Thanks for the smiles today!

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  21. What a great tea party!

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  22. Adorable! Just precious!

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  23. What a sweet little story! And what a fun day you had! I love the photos, your daughter is so cute! And that cat was sweet to take tea with a little girl. Thanks for sharing!!

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  24. Anonymous5:00 AM

    felt like i was on an afternoon adventure with you and your enjoyable daughter. thanks!

    leslie (http://goodness.typepad.com)

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  25. That is just gorgeous. Those little pleasures in life that we sometimes forget is brought back to mind by our own children. So sweet and enchanting.

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  26. What an adorable photo essay! Beautiful little girl with some great shoe style!

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  27. It's just too cute....

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  28. She is soo adorable and as if it's Alice in Wonderland and the kitty! Love the photo essay, very cute!

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  29. Oh my goodness, I love these photos. Little Tsia is quite the beauty and the photos of her sharing her tea with the white kitty are priceless.

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  30. Wow, that photo essay is so cute!

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  31. aww these photos are adorable! i love the marching time one. she is so cute.:)

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  32. She got the cat to drink the tea--amazing! :) Those picnic tea party photos are precious.

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  33. very cute photolog of your tea party - it would make a charming children's book - Hey, why not a children's book ( in watercolor illustrations) with the sewing patterns (for a mom) for a dress, backpack, kitty stuffed anumal, and picnic throw, etc.... hmm I think that would be a cool thing to do.

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  34. Stacey, I love that idea! Let me brood on that a bit. And thanks for all your kind comments (and book encouragement) everyone. No book in progress right now, but maybe someday?

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  35. Maya Levi (Israel)1:05 AM

    My 2 year old daughter really liked the pictures.

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