Tuesday, December 30, 2008

top 5 of the year

I realized last week that I have never been tagged. Ever. (Don't worry, I am not too bitter or anything.) Then I realized that there are no rules stating that I can't start a fun tagging game. So that is what I am doing.

The game is: Your top 5 pics of 2008 and why. Does it bring back a good memory? Do you look smokin' in it? Any pic and any reason works, but you can only choose 5. Sound fun? I hope so. See end of post for taggees.

So without further ado...my top 5 fave pics of 2008.


Number 5: Ellie and Enzo kissing. Love this pic. They are the best of buds and I captured a great moment on a fun day.
Number 4: On a walk around the block. This was one of the first warm days last spring and we were excited to be out of the house. Also, I love her outfit. She wore this A LOT. Look at those cute leggings!
Number 3: Ellie and my mother. Sorry if you find this a little morbid but I think the picture turned out really nice. She looks so reflective. Like she is missing my mom as much as I am.
Number 2: Riding the tractor on pumpkin patch day. I just love the colors and have considered getting this blown up.

And my Number 1 fave pic of all of 2008: Ellie and Daddy. I adore the look of love in their eyes. These two are peas in a pod and I love them both endlessly.
So for this fun game I am tagging ABBY, MOLLY, BETH, KERI, LYNDSEY, and FRANSCESA.
Have fun girls!!

4 comments:

Molly said...

awww, they're all so cute!!!! OK, I love showing off pictures! :)

C. Beth said...

Those are GREAT photos!!!

Sheila said...

The pictures are so cute, and I think the one at your mom's grave was a neat idea.

Lindy from Indy said...

Okay - so obviously I'm catching up on reading your blog....

BUT - that picture of Ellie at your Mom's grave is spectacular. I've often wondered if I could ever explain my mother to my child one day. I remember your mom very well - LOVED HER! She and I used to joke around all the time while Mom was in choir...And, she was always so concerned about us.

Thanks for sharing! (Even though it might be a bit morbid!)