This Moment: Friday Ritual 2-10

This Moment – A Friday Ritual

A photo(s) capturing a moment from the week, that may or may not have words. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment you want to pause, savor and remember. Which I’ve snagged from Alejandro @ Raising Amelie.

Noahs-Timeline Project for a class at school Photos 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,7,

If you’re inspired to do the same, leave a link to your ‘moment’ in the comments for all to find and see. I look forward in seeing your moments.

In keeping up with my month of love here’s the quote of the day.
“Promise me you’ll always remember: You’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.” ~ Christopher Robin to Pooh

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  1. quotes on love says

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  2. Angel Collins says

    Thanks for sharing the idea. It is somehow like scrapbooking but I think that this one is more specific and much more catchy. Thanks again and I love Pooh as well. :)

    • Deborah says

      Angel, I’ve tried to comment on your blog, but the comment plugin you’re using won’t let me log in

      THanks for stopping by

    • Deborah says

      Mary, it was so much fun watching him pick and choose then realizing the ones he chose. Thanks for stopping by.

  3. Corinne Rodrigues says

    What a great idea…Thanks for sharing this Deb and the fantastic quote too. I love Pooh ?

    • Deborah says

      Courtney, Thanks for stopping by and following my blog. I’ve stopped by your blog, love the recipes :)

    • Deborah says

      Veronica, thanks for stopping by and leaving such a sweet comment. I enjoyed my visit at your blog earlier.

      Thanks again

    • Deborah says

      Pooh is the best!! Thanks for visiting and welcome to my scattered musings.
      I enjoyed visiting your blog earlier :)

    • Deborah says

      Alan, ha!! I know right… that would a whole lot of cardboard for mine too! :)
      Thanks for stopping by!

  4. says

    This is wonderful! My son made something similar a couple of years ago. It would be great to create one now :-) Thanks for this.

    I’m your new follower :-)

    • Deborah says

      Frances, thank you for stopping by. I think it would be an interesting project to do with each “big step in school” like from elementary, to middle then high school..

      Thanks for following, welcome and enjoy your stay !!

    • Deborah says

      Rachel, thanks for stopping by lovely one!! I had fun guessing :) I admit I finally google’d at the end!!

  5. JonathanN says

    Interesting post, I am so glad that I have visited your site. Such a wonderful time reading this.

  6. says

    Oh, this is just too precious! Time lines are such a great way for kids to begin to understand how history works.
    Glad you shared Noah’s timeline here today!

    • Deborah says

      RetroFlirt, (ha!! love your name) You’re welcome I enjoyed my visit…

      Thanks for stopping by and paying me a visit too!

    • Deborah says

      Savira, thanks for stopping by. Oh, you can see it larger if you click on it :)

      Your moment was bright, warm and cozy..

  7. says

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    Happy Valentines!! Karren

    • Deborah says

      Karren, thank you for stopping by and following :)
      I also like making new friends, I was at your blog this morning and enjoyed my visit.

  8. SJ says

    This is awesome, I love the idea of this and I hope you don’t mind but I am going to be nabbing it for Samuel’s project now.

    • Deborah says

      SJ, nab away.. We had a lot of fun doing this. The amazing thing was putting all the photos in front of him, and watching the ones he picked up to use. It was an eye opener in a sense you never really know what moments your children truly treasure. I smile and hold back tears each time I see it. Oh and the best part, he did this as a school project… and remembered I loved it and said “hey, buggie don’t mess this up it’s a treasure” Christmas morning with a hand made card, he handed it to me. Now that’s when I couldn’t hold back the tears. :)

      Thanks for stopping by :)

    • Deborah says

      Linda, you’ve got it made lovely! I remember when I was teaching .. oh the joy
      A child’s love is so unconditional..

      I loved your moment too, thanks for stopping by