Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Fishin'...FITS For You...FIT Flicker and Having A FIT Over Your FIT Art! Page...


Sweet James

I took the boys fishing today. I taught them how to cast their rods and bait their hooks. We caught lots of algae and found lots of fossils and a pull tab from the 70's. I had to explain to the boys what it was used for in the olden days;) We had a wonderful time and it felt so good to be outside in the sunshine. I have decided to just do the things I have been avoiding because of my weight. Just do them and realize that the joy and fun and love on my son's faces far outweighs me.



Sweet David
(notice the feet STANDING in the water!!)



I finally opened a Free Image Tuesday Flickr group a few weeks ago to give it a trail run. We have truly lovely members and they have made beautiful FIT art. So if you have a Flickr account please come join us at Free Image Tuesday Creations and share your wonderful art work.



For those of you who do not have a Flickr account I have created a special page just for you and the link can be found at the top of my blog. It's called Having A FIT Over Your FIT Art! If anyone can think of a better title then PLEASE let me know. LOL!!!!!! If you would like to share your FIT art then leave a link in the comment section on the main blog and I will add your art and link to the page. Go over and check out the fabulous art pieces already listed. If I have missed you, then please knock me over the head and remind me again!!


  1. Sweet Margaret! I love the soft dreamy quality of this photo and of course the fact that she has a name:)


I wonder what ghosts haunt this fabulous building? It would be perfect for Halloween art.


Cheeky Monkey!!!!!! Have you ever seen such a devilish grin? It is rare to find such expression in an 1800s CDV image. It makes me wonder if the photographer took the "serious" photos and then got some sweet smiles (or cheeky ones) for the parents to cherish.





Quotes for Today:

"To love is to risk not being loved in return. To hope is to risk pain. To try is to risk failure, but risk must be taken because the greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing."

~Author Unknown



"If you wait to do everything until you're sure it's right, you'll probably never do much of anything."

~Win Borden

13 comments:

Diane said...

I love these vintage photos!!

Terri Kahrs said...

Am so happy you had a fun day with your guys! The "house" FIT is perfect for Halloween. Just looking at it gives me the "willies"!!! Thanks for these great images. Hugs, Terri xoxo

Julie Whitmore Pottery said...

Its so pretty there! What a wonderful fishin' hole......
xx

The Blackwood Cottage said...

I don't know if I would babysit that little one...up to no good. Ha!
Machelle

A bird in the hand said...

Oh yes, sweet, sweet James. It's really a very sweet photo.
xoxo

Lori said...

how fun that you took the boys fishing...i hope they had a good time...my dad used to take my sister and i fishing when we were little...i complained the whole time...LOL...i did not like those worms...OR the occasional snake sighting...yikes!!! i love the creations that people have made using your FITS!!! too cute the smiling baby, that is adorable!!!
i'm glad we got to chat today, if only for a little while:)

Andrea said...

These are too wonderful!!! Thanks, Jamie!

Ophelia said...

I love the photos of your boys fishing...what an awesome day it seems you all had. These vintage photos are so awesome! Thanks so much for sharing them.

peggy gatto said...

what a fun post, thank you!!!
(again)!!!

peggy gatto said...

Hey, I just looked at your "fit" and thanks for posting mine!!!!
What a fun surprise for me, thank you!!!

Laurie said...

Yes, I've never seen such a grin! Superb! Your sons look like they're having so much fun!

kecia said...

that is the craziest baby smile i have ever seen. something delighted that baby!

kecia

Cynthia Powell said...

OMGosh-the look on this darling face is priceless! thank you so much for sharing these wonderful vintage images with us.

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