All the youngsters are excited about the weekend 🙂
Fin and his Grandma Gaile stopped by for a visit today.
In a certain section of the capital city of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (population 3,384,569) live the poorest of the poor. Families are relegated to living among the city’s trash dumps, many begging for a living, to put food on the table. Organizations like The Berhan Yehun Project Ethiopia seek to aid the children of theseContinue reading “Children, Poverty, Education, Hope- and Smiles”
“Inside”…indoors, ‘what’s inside the box?’, ‘what’s inside the little girl with blue fingernail polish’s head’, OR- (she’s thinking) ‘What’s inside that lady’s head and why is she on the floor with us?’ Pre-photo session for a good friend’s 70th birthday party. Her grandchildren are amazing!
The Twin Cities, and other places in Minnesota, enjoy a wealth of cultural diversity. It is my good fortune to work with several families on photo projects.
Gaile and I have known one another for 30 years…through thick and thin. She married the love of her life on July 5th, uniting two families. These are two of her beautiful “new” grandchildren (I tease that she is really too young!)
I am adding to this week’s challenge… In addition to the little boy in Minneapolis, this hotel in Manhattan fascinated me! http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/06/21/world-through-your-eyes/