Without mathematics, there’s nothing you can do. Everything around you is mathematics. Everything around you is numbers.
As terrible as I am with numbers.. I love them. I grew up on statistical commercials such as “Three out of four …”
Or, even the commercials that don’t specifically state numbers but use words like more than or less than.
Really powerful, RIGHT?!?
We all have special numbers in our lives, and 4 is that for me. It’s the day I was born. My mother’s birthday, and a lot of my friends’ birthdays, are on the fourth; April 4 is my wedding date.
My special number is three. I have two sisters, two daughters, and two grandkids. My birthday is the 3rd month on the 30th day. Like a book, I have a beginning, a middle and eventually I will have an end. I’ve only found three leaf clovers. “I AM SAM” is sort of my favorite thing to say. Weird right?!?
Dodgeball fundraiser – Korea
Seattle, WA… my favorite smilers … my daughters
Camping in Montana with my sisters- great smilers
Haute Pink Photography in Seattle.. favorite smiles
Spokane- Daughter and granddaughter – always makes me smile
1972 or 1973 Family foto
Haute Pink Photography in Spokane, WA and one of my favorite littlest smiler.
Beautiful scenery in Montana with family
Haute Pink Photography in Spokane with daughter and grandson
Memories from childhood, wish I could find this same foto when my sisters and i were kids in Hungry Horse Montana
Haute Pink Photography in Seattle with daughter and grandson
Haute Pink Photography in Seattle with granddaughter
Spokane WA with daughters – Haute Pink Photography
Cooking in Thailand building memories and smiles
Haute Pink Photography and my favorite smilers
Seattle WA and my daughters – haute pink photography
Haute Pink Photography always caught the best smiles – Spokane, WA
Camping in Montana.. with my daughter.
Camp trip in Montana. Sis and dad
Road trips.. terror and smiles
Time with the girls – Korea
Time with dad – Spokane
Volleyball game in Korea with daughters
Posers – Korea
Montana camping with my favorite little smiler.. my grandson
Hiking – Venezuela
Success in the Kitchen in Spokane, WA
Rafting the end – Barinas
Yeah.. I’m smiling but what are you doing in Korea.
Of course it’s close to halloween and of course we are doing a blog on masks.. makes perfect sense. Last year I took the post into the realm of masks we hide behind as people (31 Days of Randomness, Masks and Faces) this year.. well.. I took it literally.
Let me start by saying that some things just do NOT need masks or any special coverage for halloween!!! They are cute and surprising and funny with or without. that would be my own kids, my grandkids, my neighbor’s kids, my sister’s neighbor’s kids, etc.
Other people, usually adults, actually probably do better with a mask.. for sure. Or at least feel that a mask makes them more clever or interesting. In fact, it usually does. Whether it be for halloween or just to make a statement.
Bottom line, masks are fun. Hope you enjoy.
“Don’t you know that a midnight hour comes when everyone has to take off his mask? Do you think life always lets itself be trifled with? Do you think you can sneak off a little before midnight to escape this?”
― Søren Kierkegaard
Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.
The interior of the Basilica Cistern is nothing like what it appears from the outside. Day two of our tour of Istanbul brought us to one of the most beautiful tourist attractions that I have had the fortune of passing through.
Aside from the Medusa’s Heads.. the entire place was amazing. You could even dress up in traditional cultural garb and walk away with a photo of yourself. So lovely and peaceful. I hope you enjoy.