Sunday, January 6, 2013

Scav Hun Sunday: Flights and Fruits

 Something pretty cool about flying during New Year's eve, literally flying into the new year and the future.

 I love coconut milk yogurt and now the one and only Trader Joe's carries it!

 I took Noam to the neighborhood toy shop to play with the train table. He spent close to a half hour rolling the trains around the track.

Starts with C:
 C terminal in O'Hare airport in Chicago - two for the price of one!

Ben made some awesome fruit salad for our New Year's eve dinner.

Also! Please come and join Gina and me for Project 52 tomorrow. Link up one picture (or more) about your week and meets lots of awesome people in the process!
Scavenger Hunt Sunday

21 thoughts on the matter:

Seraphina´s Phantasie said... {Reply}

Wonderful photos to the different themes. HAPPY NEW YEAR to you, Tamar.

Stephanie said... {Reply}

Very clever interpretation for Future. Your multi color shot is so vibrant and gorgeous.

Karen said... {Reply}

I just LOVE your photo of the O'Hare terminal...the lights, the sparkle....the emptiness! How did that happen?? :). I'm gonna have to try that yogurt on my next Trader Joe's visit.

Susan said... {Reply}

That airport is a total winner. Print that puppy out and enter it in a contest. Fabulous.
Noam and the trains. Anything that will keep a kiddo occupied for a 1/2 hour is a good thing.
Happy New Year. Does this mean your hosting Project 52? That means I may have to give it a look.
Have a great day Tamar.

Nicki said... {Reply}

Excellent set of shots for the hunt; especially impressed with the plane shot. (I used to think that flying on New Year's Eve was cool until I had to pick my sister up at the airport one year. Airport on New Year's Eve - not so much fun!).

alita jewel said... {Reply}

These are so rich with color. My favorite is C, but I love the words in the Future shot. Nice sentiment.

Great set!


Christine E-E said... {Reply}

So you came back with a few days to rest up before school starts again? I've enjoyed your posts about your nephew! Must be so hard to have him live on the other coast. The airport terminal certainly looks deserted... Did your flight arrive late at night? Sorry for all the questions. Have a great week... I returned to work last Thursday... It was hard to pick up where I left off.

Brooke said... {Reply}

Great Chicago shots. I guess when I'm stumped - I should head to the airport ;D HA!!!

Happy New Year Tamar.

tinajo said... {Reply}

I love airports, always exciting to watch people!

Patti Groetsema said... {Reply}

Your terminal shot is so cool!
You were in Chicago?? Oh so close to me....well, at least closer than where you came from!
Have a happy week!

Kathy said... {Reply}

Wow...very cool THOUGHT for "future". I never thought of flying west in those terms. Love it.

Rainey said... {Reply}

What are the odds that we would both have Trader Joe's food in our posts? Haha, yes, gotta love it.

Ida said... {Reply}

Great set of photos for the prompts.
Loved the Starts with C shot of the Terminal.
Also thought your little boy looked so adorable in the Roll shot at the Toy Store.

Shannon said... {Reply}

Love your take on this week's topics. Now I kind of want to fly into the future myself!

HOOTIN ANNI said... {Reply}

Great pics...I especially like the one of Noam and the train set. He looks so intent and really concentrating on the fun and fascination.

Patrice said... {Reply}

Nice shots, Tamar!

Anonymous said... {Reply}

These are all great interpretations. It certainly looks like your boy was having fun with the train.

Kim C. said... {Reply}

Love the train terminal! That's a really neat image! Looking forward to linking up with P52 tomorrow. I was such a dork and forgot to get ready for SHS this week. Hope you enjoy Downton tonight!

likeschocolate said... {Reply}

Looks like a great way to start the New Year! What a cutie your little guy is! Happy New Year!

Michaela said... {Reply}

Though I'm not 100% comfortable, I miss flying, I love the atmosphere in airports.. the soonest it will happen in April..

Katie said... {Reply}

Flying into the New Year sounds so cool!