Terri asks us about Fleeting Moments this week. I have been thinking about it all week. and have decided that although I realize that it is subjective, every moment is fleeting.
All my children are grown now but their childhoods, in retrospect at least, seem fleeting.
If my mother were still alive she would be furious with me for posting this not so flattering picture of her. Not so flattering to her but to me, it’s beautiful.
Tommy and Tiersa
Oldest son and I
My sons in 1993
My two oldest children when they were babies.
This is my daughter about 6 years ago. She has a better smile than this but I just love this picture.
Andrew and I 1994
Senior night during football season.
Andrew and Haley at their closing
Even the grandchildren grow up too quickly.
My grandson from a few years ago.
My grandson inside the USS Torsk
This is my grandson who is smiling like his mother.
Looks just like his dad!
Spring is fleeting.
As is fall
I don’t find my friendships typically fleeting but as we grow older we lose friends in different ways. Two acquaintance type friends have passed recently, both younger than me. It really makes you think and hopefully appreciate what and who you have because, well, life is fleeting.
Photo by MoxBox
My awesome friends and I
My girlfriends and I, relaxing, enjoying each others company, and having fun.
Live music and friends = happy.
Two long time friends at a 50th birthday party.
Me and Nancy in 2000
My friends and I boarding the train in Elkins West Virginia
My friend Kathy and I as Santa and Mrs. Claus
Sunday Stills: Fleeting Moments