Bite size little photos of the days of my life. A rainbow I found.A mood I am in. A beauty product I had to have.People I spend time with. Something I just discovered. Snapshots of my travels. A yummy meal I am about to devour. A lip smackin’ decadent dessert. A recipe I want to share. A beauty secret you gotta know.
Taking these instant photos give me a thrill.
How about you? Do you like shooting these photos too?
Follow me…I’ll follow you. I’d love to connect on Instagram and see your mini snapshots too!!! @noreenkissyoung
Thanking God that I can drive to work…not walk miles, wait on long lines and TRY and get on a bus to work.
Oh how I feel for the people who are on those long lines. My fellow New Yorker’s and New Jersey are AMAZING people. They do what they need to do. They band together. They CARE and love each other. I am one of them even though I live in Florida as well.
My heart is broken just like on 9/11 to watch them go through the motions. I am sad to see them suffer, cold,hungry and craving a warm shower or cozy bath.
By the way, my sisters have NO hot water, no heat and still no electricity and phone service. It’s only been over 3 days BUT it feels like forever. Praying.
I am truly THANKFUL for today and all I have. Are you?
Have you passed someone with Downs and smiled at them today?
You don’t know what you have missed.
October is National Down Syndrome Awareness month.People born with Downs are bright, friendly and the kindest people you will ever meet. They would give you the shirt of their back if you asked for it and needed it. Don’t judge a book by its cover.
I know firsthand. My twin was born minutes before me and had Downs. What my family learned is something money can’t buy.
Make a friend today. Smile when that special person looks your way. You might just meet your new BFF.
They are the beautiful people not just celebrities~ Color your world with all kinds of people~