Okay, picking just one favorite was just too difficult so I decided to choose one Instagram from each month. Even that was hard. Apparently June was a good photo month.
But I did narrow it down and perhaps tomorrow I would decide on a completely different twelve. Heck by the time I get to the end of this posting they would also be a completely different set but for now, at 9 a.m. on this Wednesday morning on one of the last days of December, these are my favorites.
However, if I think of this in terms of the most meaningful image, the one from August would be it….my three-year-old granddaughter, at the time a Hurricane Harvey refugee at our home in Louisiana, praying in front of a lit candle for her mom and dad back in Houston, her mom trying to save the house and her dad working as a fireman, rescuing citizens from the rising waters. She and her brothers were worried about their parents so I had told them whenever they were feeling overwhelmed with emotion or worry they could go say a prayer for them in this place.
Every now and then the perfect image simply pops up in front of you without any manipulation at all.
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Thank you for reading and looking in 2017; you are appreciated!
Here’s to seeing what 2018 brings.