CEE’S ODD BALL CHALLENGE 2015 – WEEK 10

For 25 years I worked in an office. (Some of you might know this so hang in a minute…)  After a healthy dose of downsizing, I decided I’d go to college (natural progression, right?) After graduating, I went into teaching (a life long dream, and I’m getting to my point, I swear!)

I taught Developmental Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and First Grade.  So after retiring (here it comes) I knew I couldn’t take on a part time gig without having the words, “FUN” and “KIDS” and “PLAY” involved.  So now I ‘sit’ a little genius, and on no school day, his bro.

Sometimes, girls (and their charges) just wanna have fu-un. 😉

ZRobotMy buddy wanted to be a robot for the day.  Fun!

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Sometimes we make it up as we go along

GemmaLego ZLegos

We made Lego names for an Instagram Challenge I entered.   More fun.

And, although this is a moving Odd Ball, still, fun, Fun, FUN!

My friend and I invite you to visit with Cee for more on Odd Ball pix.  Click on the icon below.

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CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – SMALL SUBJECTS

I missed the boat on Cee’s “BIG” black and white challenge, so I thought I’d jump on the “small” band wagon.

BW 2Birds looking small – dwarfed by their surroundings on Brigantine Beach.

BW 1Small boy looking smaller, also dwarfed by his surroundings in Atlantic City.

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Lego motorcycles, small, because they just are.

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The smallest of my owl collection (See RestlessJo?  I wasn’t kidding.)

BW 3

The doctor is in, but the small Mr. Potato Head glasses are out!

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SUNDAY POST – VEHICLE

OK.  I am behind in my posts, but I promised myself I would try to keep up so, here’s to Last Week’s Sunday Post and Vehicles.

REBEL AND I, A GOOD 25 YEARS AGO…

WAY before this photo was ever taken, this was the vehicle of choice.  Man oh man. Times sure have changed.

I captured some of my favorites and some of my first graders wanted to help out.  I think you’ll be able to tell which vehicles they contributed.

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