Pasting together a post about togetherness.
The Focus on Life photography challenge, hosted by Sally Russick of the Studio Sublime, is winding down its first year, and we have just received our invitations to join for 2014.
What a wonderful activity this has been! And this week's prompt - Togetherness, well, it's a natural for the holidays. And our family of four, Jim and I and our two kids, we'll be together again, after spending them apart last year with Michael in Afghanistan.
Timing could have been a bit better. As I write this on Friday evening, it looks as if it will be a bit too stressful to concoct a family portrait by posting time.
So, here's a little bit of togetherness that happened ...well, at other times.
Sara and Michael are two and a half years apart in age, and as with many siblings, they grew from being good buddies and playmates, to being two very different people.
|Sara and Michael circa 1997|
|Sara and Michael April 2013|
Brother and sister through the years. As unlike as they can be, until they forget about all their differences, and start sharing memories. I love those times.....together.