You know me, I always have my camera — even at times when I probably shouldn’t, like when people are saying prayers. And little Karly is just like her Aunt Lynnette when it comes to saying prayers: we never closes our eyes! Instead, we both need to be keenly aware of what’s going on around us at all times. This was too funny not to photograph!
I am SO glad I saw each of these movies for myself — without hearing about them from other people first. I’m not for or against any of the things they stand for. I’m simply one who likes to have an open mind and be aware of others’ points-of-views and how they impact mainstream America. These 3 movies do just that!
The best part for both dad and daughter… not only was this video shown on TV news and sports programs all across America, but now it’s also making the rounds on the Internet! Their 15 minutes of fame brought smiles to millions of people today.
Here is my review of the movie, My Kid Could Paint That. It’s a controversial documentary about 4-year-old Marla Olmstead. I would love to see a recent update, now that she is 9 years old and has had her artwork scrutinized by everyone under the sun.
Now THIS is one well-prepared mother!…
What is it about signs? And public parks? They should just come out and say it: ‘NO FUN!’
There’s nothing like watching a bunch of amazingly talented naked babies performing synchronized swimming in a pool of crystal clear water… This is a video of a commercial for Evian Water: