Sunday, September 16, 2012

Scav Hunt Sunday: Bricks and Bread

Today is the 4th hebrew anniversary, yarzheit, of my Bubbe's passing. When I took this picture we knew she was weak but little did I know it would be the last time I held her hand, or kissed her, or told her I loved her. She slipped away mere hours later. 4 years. I cannot believe it has been that long since I hugged her and told her I loved her. 

 An old can of paint from my storage unit...really thankful my apartment is not that color! (yes, in my gluten sickend state last Sunday, I read paint not plant - so this is what we least it's a green-ish color?)

A brick out of place in Kendell Square. But fyi, try googling "askew" - pretty funky.


 Nothing as simple as a peanut butter and honey sandwich!

okay, small stretch, but I give you my Rosh Hashanah card - may we all have a sweet new year! (the apple was super fragrant!)
YourSundayBestScavenger Hunt Sunday

28 thoughts on the matter:

Stephanie said... {Reply}

One can feel the love shared in your Kiss photo and the paint photo is too funny.

Kim C. said... {Reply}

The first image is just beautiful and heartfelt. So tender. Love it. It is hard to say much after that one, but I love them all!

Brandi said... {Reply}

Oh, the first one is really touching. Funny paint/plant shot...great set!

Brooke said... {Reply}

I love peanut butter and honey! One of my fav combos ;D Have a great Sunday!

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Oh how time has a way of slipping by. Great shots and the tender thoughts brought back memories of my fathers passing two years ago. Thanks

Susan said... {Reply}

I love your kiss image-and what it means. I miss my grandmom too, but have a sense of her here watching over quite often. How lovely that you have that image.
Paint-too funny. Sometimes I wonder what the hell I wrote too-and I can't blame it on gluten.
Hope all is going well at the new job.

Verna said... {Reply}

"Kiss" Wonderful photo, wonderful love. :)

Ashley Sisk said... {Reply}

The first photo is very sweet.

Danelle said... {Reply}

Awesome set! Love your Rosh Hashanah card!

Andrea Dawn said... {Reply}

That first shot is so precious, thanks for sharing it. Love the paint/plant mix-up. Have a great week, Tamar.

Linda R said... {Reply}

What a wonderful set this week. I just love your kiss shot.

YolandaR said... {Reply}

I love fresh and fragrant apples!

MG Atwood said... {Reply}

Kiss is very touching. I'm sorry. Love that last shot as well. rest up and go get 'em this week!

Rainey said... {Reply}

Lovely set!

Carrie said... {Reply}

this is a great mix of emotions I love your work x

Nicki said... {Reply}

Your first picture is so moving and indeed, nothing is more simple than peanut butter sandwiches.

Ida said... {Reply}

Wow your Kiss shot was just so heartfelt and touching.

Got a good chuckle from the Paint/Plant mix up shot.

Nice job with the set.

Megan Bailey said... {Reply}

Your kiss photo is so touching. Sorry for your loss. Believe me, I know what it is like. I haven't lost someone for 4 years, but I've lost 4 someone's in 1 year. It never gets easier.

Kim Stevens said... {Reply}

Love the first photo and your interpretation of askew!!

Patti said... {Reply}

Your "kiss" photo touched me deeply. Hold onto those memories & she will forever be with you.

Mama Zen said... {Reply}

The kiss photo brought tears to my eyes. What a precious thing to have.

w said... {Reply}

your kiss is definitely love.

Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

So sweet that first image... beautiful.

Kathy said... {Reply}

Oh Tamar...what a treasure that first photo is. So glad you have it, and that you can look at it with such fond and loving thoughts and memories. It's priceless. And since I am late posting, I can officially say Happy Rosh Ashanah to you and your family.

Kathy said... {Reply}

Rosh Hashanah (sorry, spelled it wrong)

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said... {Reply}

Oh that first one- so very touching. A good reminder for us all to remember the important things.

Katie said... {Reply}

Beautiful set this week!

Dina Lettre said... {Reply}

Ha ha...I love your paint!