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{May 26, 2011}   Weekly Photo Challenge:TINY

When I think of things that are “tiny”, I, just like a lot of people think of babies. I tried to find some other forms of tiny to share with you as well.

A tiny deer statue

This little wooden deer sits in my Nanny(grandma’s) backyard. It has been around for many years and my grandma’s photo albums show many of her grandkids and great grandkids sitting atop it. I once was small enough to sit upon it myself. Now the deer’s color is fading and it isn’t quite as sturdy as it used to be. I can only hope that it will last so I can someday take a photo of my first born child sitting atop it as well. It may be a tiny statue but it has very deep memories for me.

Tiny baby

OK, so I added a baby…..and I HAVE used this in an old post somewhere but I just LOVE this picture. My Step-mom-in-law took it at my wedding and this adorable baby boy is my youngest great nephew when he was 3 months old. His little suit was so big for him and it was sized for 0-3 months! He was just so itty bitty and adorable and I love him and my other great nephew so much! 🙂

The Eiffel Tower in Texas???

Not a “tiny” tower by any means BUT it’s made from something quite tiny….Toothpicks! Thousands and thousands of toothpicks!

A tiny puppy

Tiny hand prints

This is the inside of a handmade card I got before I left the preschool in Indiana where I was working. Very special card! 🙂

Hope you enjoyed my pics! :^)


Jackie Paulson Author says:

You summed up the TINY word so nicely in those photos! I love the dog, of course. Thanks for your nice post today Sharon.

You’re welcome, glad you enjoyed! 🙂

Jackie Paulson Author says:

FYI_ I quit my security job! 🙂

eof737 says:

Beautiful… I love your interpretations of tiny too. 🙂

Thanks! I appreciate you stopping by my blog so much!

The Hook says:

Great job!

Thanks again, you’re always so nice with your comments!

I can’t imagine building anything out of toothpicks, let alone the Eiffel Tower!

I can’t either…I don’t have that kind of patience!

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