June 29, 2010

oh that brian....

When I grow up, I want to remember that I always wanted to be about a thousand different things & one lifetime didn't seem nearly enough. When I grow up, I hope it's at the very end when it doesn't matter anymore anyway.
brian andreas

23 comments:

  1. That Brian really knows how to speak our truth, huh? What a fun photo Beth....no go out and do some cartwheels today!Play in the sprinkler and lick a Popsicle!

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  2. yes how does he get in my heart ?? fabulous photo as always beth

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  3. I am NEVER growing up. That's my story and I'm stickin' to it!! Can I have a popsicle too, deb did it??

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  4. now that's just plain fun ...

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  5. that pic is just plain fun. it reminds me of the Twister game because that girl is so flexible in her pose. and, growing up... bah... have a great day.

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  6. and it was back then that we would twist our bodies into all kinds of shapes...wait...us photogs still do that! :-)

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  7. I was at the beach the other day, sitting there watching. I noticed these 2 little cute girls about 5 playing in the surf. I wanted to go up to them and tell them to jump (in your honor)so I could take a photo. But after looking at the 210 lb dad, I decided against it.

    I love the quote, especially the last line.

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  8. the 1000 little things i wanted to do... i so relate to that, which is why i decided to live until i am 200 years old. that way i have time to do everything without rushing so much that i lose myself.

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  9. Yes, what he said....
    Another great photo, love it!

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  10. Now that's something to say to my son when he tells me to 'act my age'. Cool photo!

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  11. Ah, so nice to be a child...sometimes, I feel like one, then I look in the mirror. There are not all that many wrinkles, at sixty-five but, if I haven't hit the Clairol in awhile, the gray hair certainly gives me away.

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  12. Adorable children. Sentiment apropos of everyone who keeps growing and loves life. I've missed you while I was gone (and I'm liking the new look).

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  13. TOO FUN!! Just like summer...

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  14. OK! Who on Earth is Brian Andreas? I think I'm in love with him.

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  15. Wonderful quote and love the pic.

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  16. I'm all about the loving life today.
    love the green... life needs to be lush sometimes.

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  17. I love this. Thank you!

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  18. I love that picture. It instantly took me back to my (much) younger days. how fun.

    jj

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  19. we gotta keep the kid in us. for sure. take care,

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  20. He and the Story People have always been my favorites! This photo is like a Story People drawing with real people!

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  21. A great quote! I wouldn't have thought of that concept, but I like it.

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  22. Hi there Beth! I was stopping by to say thank you for visiting my blog. Oh my gosh, I'm so glad I did! Your photography is BREATHTAKING! :)

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**I love reading the comments you leave, as they make me feel like we're sitting in my kitchen, having a cup of tea, discussing life and wondering where all the time has gone ...beth