Happy Wednesday! Today kicks off a series I am very excited to be apart of. My good friend Kayla from the lovely Microscope Life recently started "The Photo Album." It's about finding a picture from your past and sharing the memory of it.
Last week on Wednesday I posted about letting go of baggage that is holding you back and weighing you down. But the past is not necessarily all bad; looking back can be important. The trick with this though is to make sure we are focusing back on the right things. That is why I am most excited for this series. It will help us to focus on what really matters from the past...
Those moments that are picture perfect.
Those moments where the picture says 1,000 words.
And I can't wait to hear a memory of yours every week!
Week 1: Family at the Tulip Festival
For the first series post I had to pick one of my all time favorites. Pictured is my dad, mom, grandma, brother and myself. I was about four years old. We were at a tulip festival, which was over Mother's Day weekend. Can we address our insane semi-matching outfits?! Yes, those are wind suites! And yes, we all are wearing one! We're gonna go with..it was the trend back then!
One of the funniest things about this day was how there actually were not that many tulips to see. I can't exactly remember why, I was very young, but in reminiscing over this picture I have heard stories. The tulips we took a picture in front of were some of the few that were blossomed and pretty. But we were together, which meant more than the number of tulips there was.
Hope you all are as excited for this new series as I am!
Thanks Kayla! Also, feel free to link up with us too!
What is one of your favorite memories?
❤ Nichole ❤