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Dustin ~ Black and White Challenge

Today is the Friday Black and White Challenge. I looked through many photos before deciding on this one. After reading Kim’s thank you post I had to share a memory of my son, Dustin. What happy memories in this photo. We visited Disney World. 

So thankful for memories and the photos. Take lots of photos as they will one day become forever memories. 

Life is short. Enjoy the moments. Remember to never judge what you do not understand. And always, always be kind to one another. It costs nothing and could mean the world to others.

A mother’s happiness is like a beacon, lighting up the future but reflected also on the past in the guise of fond memories. ~Honore de Balzac

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Written by Carol DM

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  1. I remember this photo. That cute expression., bit ears n all, he was really getting into character. Love it.
    We did not get to take the kids to Disney Land, but I guess one of the happiest memories was when the boys were 6 and 10, we were camping at the lake and there was this 10 foot bluff, Jace was finally old enough to dive off, he was so proud. Until his brother showed him up and drove his bicycle off of it. I have pictures of both.

    • Yep, we were at Disney. He was only two years old Kim. And so happy. This was a very special trip. My Dad, Grandmother, Dustin and his Mom. πŸ™‚ Many memories were made. Thank goodness for the photos, right!

  2. My what big ears you have!

    The happiest moments are those we carry with us forever!

    Share a memory. When I was sixteen I spent the summer with my grandparents. I had just gotten my drivers licenses (and drove my grandfather everywhere! by his choice, he liked having as he called me a remote control that drives).

    But Grandpa also told me that I could take the boat out on my own that summer.

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