Danger: hmm…should I?

Danger Weekly Photo Challenge
Hmm…I see no one! And the path looks way too deep…I’m stuck in my feet looking in…can’t seem to make a move to be on the other side…I can hear my nervous breathing, the air smells musty, and I feel my heightened senses…I know danger lurks in this space…

Danger!

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Against The Odds: Finally a Certified Instructor!

Body Flow
I couldn’t find a beat in many songs, I couldn’t get the correct poses, I couldn’t follow the choreography, I couldn’t look at other class members in the eye to coach them… All this as I was working hard to get certified in Les Mills, Body Flow program. Against all odds, after three attempts, I finally am a certified Body Flow Instructor! I’m so happy about it. I love this program all the way to my heart and soul!
Against the Odds

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Doggy Photo Shoot Day #42

Doggy Photo Shoot Day
“Hello there.” “What’s up?” “Are you stopping to take a picture of me?” “You are so very sweet…I know you do that because you love me.” “Go ahead take one now.” Sir Thomas knew exactly what I was thinking at that moment! That’s so amazing!

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Frame – I Saw Many!

Frame
I was walking around the promenade deck on a cruise ship. I had to halt here to see these impressive lights, especially, the bright blue lights framing the ship’s balconies, all around. Frame is what I saw from top to bottom, and right to left. I was totally wowed by this!

Frame

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Door – a useful one!

Door
A very special door, for sure! My son opened this washing machine door at a laundromat near his music school. A first for me! But not for my son. (Proud Dad showing his big smile).

Almost three weeks had gone by without seeing my son in and out of the house.  This felt odd and we, his parents, missed him.  He, in the meantime, was getting comfortable in his six-week program at a music school four hours away from home.  We decided to go see him.  Yay!!

When I saw his room…shared with four other boys…all in their mid teens, I took a deep breath, and said to myself, “It looks really good in here.”  Nothing was quite in its right place, but in that mess, everything was in its right place for these boys.

My son, in the meantime, had learned to take care of himself.  Since we were there, he asked us if we could drive him to the nearby laundromat that the students had been using.  He had his quarters and his detergent.  My son seemed taller, older and so very mature.  I felt like I missed years in his life!  My eyes teared up.

After a quick tour of this place, we headed down to take care of his laundry.   We would eat lunch once the clothes were in the washer.  Then come back and put clothes in the dryer.  And, then go have some ice cream before picking up dried clothes.  At the washing machine, I was about to open his laundry bag and I heard, “I got this, Mama,”  next thing – I’m watching this big boy put his clothes in the washer.  Another teary eye moment.  I was so impressed by my son; hence the picture.  This was the first time I saw him dealing with his dirty laundry!

I am very proud of my son!  A very proud mother, indeed!

To Norm 2.0 Thursday Doors … here’s mine:)

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