January 1, 2011

Lisa, of Lisa Chaos, turned me on to a new meme called First of the Month.  It is something she picked up from her blogging friend Jan.    To quote them both - The goal is to capture one thing repeatedly on the first of each month. It can be a landscape, a person, an animal, a project; whatever your focus is, is fine. It can even be a record of where you are each First of the Month.

Watch them grow!


Z-bub, Dinkum, Mizellie.

Comments

The Church Lady said…
Sounds like a great meme. I may have to check it out. Those kids will grow fast!
Jan said…
Hi Pamela, thanks for joining my new meme. Why don't you come over here, http://www.murrieta365.com/, and do the linky?
Faye said…
This is a very appealing meme. I'm going to think about it and do a January catchup and the join in in the future.

Have you decided on the grands for your subject? I could do Willie the pit bull but fear I'm over-exposing him on blogs and facebook. He may start expecting royalties. . .
Gattina said…
Snow for kids is a lot of fun !
I have to wait a few years until little Toby can play in the snow !
lisaschaos said…
That's a wonderful winter scene! It will be fun watching the lovelies grow!
foam said…
cool meme! plus you chose the perfect subject matter.
and it's only once a month too.
Jan AKA Wammy said…
Love the snow and can't wait to see the grand kids grow!
bichonpawz said…
Sounds like a terrific idea Pamela!! We do not often get to see Ben's grandsons...as they live across the country from us!
Janis said…
Great subject...its always nice to watch the kids grow! I will get in the game next month..still thinking of what to feature!
grammy said…
Love the subject matter. Kids are great... I could do without the snow though. Sounds like a fun Meme.
kaye said…
I love your subject matter too and had considered doing my new grandson's first year of life.
Wendster said…
How clever of you to do the grandkids! The age progression will be fun to watch.

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Intense Guy said…
Watch them grow...

:)

...and someday they will be telling their grandkids how they used to go sleddin' at grandmaws.

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