Thursday, May 3, 2012

Remember The Little Things

Drawn towards a creative life at a very young age and being an only child, I was always found drawing, imagining, or creating in one form or another. Now I am the desigNERD behind Dig Deep Design Studio. I'm all about designing, writing, photographing and living a fruitful, fulfilled life. No other ambition than to find balance in myself and live an artful existence. You can find Diggers blog here & her shop here. Want to read more from Digger? You can do that here. 

Life has been crazy and chaotic this past few weeks. But in all the hustle and bustle I've somehow found my center - my balance (for the moment). 
 I'm hoping that my boys will remember these days -- when they got dressed, just so they could play in the mud, when they learned how to play with nothing but a stick and a garden hose, when the weather turned sunny and warm enough to run around with only swim trunks and the air smelled of sunscreen and fresh cut grass.  
 I hope they remember splashing in buckets, feeding geese, and watching the clouds together and that we were happy, regardless of what the outside world demanded that we feel, we were happy just being together on sunny afternoons. 
 I hope they remember me sitting beside them with a huge smile. It would be so great to know that when they look back at all these photos, they'll still feel the chilly water, the cool grass, and the warm southern breeze on their skin. 
It's the best that I can offer right now, and as much as I want to give them their every desire, I also want them to know how to be happy without it.


  1. Great post love! It sounds like you are creating wonderful memories with them. They are so lucky to have a momma like you!

  2. this a wonderful posts! and your pictures are amazing! I am sure your boys will remember themselves and what life was like at that age! You have a wonderful blog!

    1. Thank you, Morgan, I really appreciate that!! I am doing my best to give them good memories. Because let's face it, that's all you really get to keep in the end. :)