Back in October last year, my younger cousin Kelsey flew in to visit us! We haven't been able to hang out in a couple of years, so it was so wonderful to see her again! For the past few times she has visited, we always end up taking photos together. She has grown up so much, but remains the wonderful, funny, and kind person she has always been! Also, I know I've mentioned it before, but I LOVE Impossible's round-framed film, it just makes any polaroid even better. I'm currently using a round-frame pack of the colored film right now and love it just as much.
Round-framed B&W Impossible film, shot with Polaroid Impulse
My favorite from the non-Polaroid set is Baby Blues
And then this one appeared!
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Steve's suggestions on how to leave a good comment...
Tell the artist what caught your eye, something your particularly liked or didn't like.
Tell the artist something you think they could have done differently or better.
Suggest an alternate title; it tells the artist what you saw in the image.
Interact with the artwork, continue its story.
Ask the artist how or why they did something.
If nothing else, even "Ooh, pretty!" or "Oh, ick!" is a lot more information than no comment at all.
Because it's past time for white-haired white men to stand up and say it.
The Heidelberg Catechism , written in 1563, remains a warm-hearted and personal statement of the Christian faith. It begins thusly...
What is your only comfort in life and in death?
That I am not my own, but belong--
body and soul, in life and in death-- to my faithful Savior Jesus Christ.
He has fully paid for all my sins with his precious blood, and has set me free from the tyranny of the devil. He also watches over me in such a way that not a hair can fall from my head without the will of my Father in heaven: in fact, all things must work together for my salvation.
Because I belong to him, Christ, by his Holy Spirit, assures me of eternal life and makes me wholeheartedly willing and ready