On the first Sunday of each month, two blogging friends host a link-up party. Sarah of Paisley Rain Boots and Lee of Sea Blue Lens invite others to share a favorite photo from the past month and short story of the photograph.
The photo above is a favorite of mine from January. It’s not that great of a photo. The reason it means something to me is that it reminds me of something hubby did. I had been given a photo challenge for January to shot a still life photo in a corner. I had mentioned to hubby that come spring I would see what I could do with photographing in that corner window. My plan was to wait until after the stormy weather gave way to some sunshine and I had the time to wash those windows. While I was setting up my still life scene (in another corner of the house), hubby cleaned those two corner windows…and in the rain. Screens and all! He did this just in case I‘d rather not want to wait till spring. He is so thoughtful like this. So, I removed the box of tissue, TV remote, and phone from my nightstand. Then I clicked away. Not for the photo challenge, but because what he did meant a lot to me.
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