My youngest child and I had the opportunity to participate in a peaceful protest. We weren’t sure what to expect, not knowing much about the area where the protest took place, but we were eager to be more involved. Despite a hotter than average day, there were hundreds and probably more protesters. People gathered from all walks of life, all ethnicities and ages. Families marched. Friends marched. It was moving to be part of such a large group all joined in unity, working toward a common goal.
I was anxious because it was a large group. Having been in quarantine for the last three months, my contact with “the outside world” had consisted of grocery stores. I was concerned to be in proximity of so many, especially given the general attitude I’ve been encountering of people tired of sheltering in place and masks and rebelling. The vast majority of protesters wore masks. Although the crowd was big, social distancing was relatively easy.
And finally, people of opposing opinion? Well, if they were present, they were silent observers. We never heard a negative word spoken.
It was peaceful protesting for an important issue at its best. Black Lives Matter
Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Letter r at least 6 letters in the word
Peace and love,
“Aim for the sky, but move slowly, enjoying every step along the way. It is all those little steps that make the journey complete.” -Chanda Kochhar
Steps inside school (and boys wondering why I’m taking their picture!)
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” -Lao Tzu
Steps in a garden
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Steps
Which Way Photo Challenge- October 18, 2018
Have a great week!
For Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge we were asked to take a new photo or use any topic for our photos. I decided to use photos from an outing I took with the little guys a few months ago. I had forgotten about these pictures and it seemed like the perfect time to use them. We went to discover a nature center nearby and both boys really enjoyed the trails, lake and waterfalls.
Dandelions in various stages
CJ checking out the waterfall and ducks
Lots of lily pads!
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It feels like we are flying through the alphabet portion of Cee’s Black & White Challenge, doesn’t it?
Have a great day!
This week I only have M’s for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: M or N.
And double duty- Music Notes
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