Sunday

In All Directions

In All Directions
The Queen Grows
Beauty All Year Round 

22 comments:

imac said...

Its a beauty Kerri, full of feelings, but be happy, im sure your danghter willl be fine.

Cindy said...

Hey Kerri~ Magical photo, as usual..and masterful connection to your emotional state...a whole new phase of life is beginning for you and Brianna..best wishes to you both! Cindy

Julie G. said...

Kerri, this is a stunning photo! I do know that viewing your exquisite images always brighten up my day. I hope you can take a little comfort in that. Big changes for both you and Brianna. The emotions you describe are something most mothers must deal with. It's never easy. All will be well ...

CherylK said...

A pretty, pretty photo, Kerri. I can identify with your feelings having experienced the same...it's tough. You know what was even harder for me, though? When my eldest daughter went from elementary school to middle school. Weird, I know.

But then there are all the fun things to share when they get to college so you'll have lots to share with Brianna starting this fall. Plus she'll not be too far away. That's nice.

Pescalune said...

I love this compo Kerri !

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

In light of what you shared,I see that white flower standing out in front of the others.This speaks to me of God's peace and strength which is there for each of us.
Hugs,Ruth

Marcie said...

This is magical. Love the seeming randomness of these wildflowers.

Chris said...

Well this is life Kerri... Things are going very fast ;-) beautiful pictures you got and I hope your emotion will go in only few direction soon ;-)

eileeninmd said...

Gorgeous image, Kerri! The colors are stunning. It is amazing we can be happy and sad at the same time. I ;m sure your daughter will love her college years. And 25 minutes away is not too bad.

Meredith said...

What an incredibly beautiful photo, full of life's motion and colors, and its delicate moments of grace. Congratulations on your daughter's matriculation, Kerri -- and I know you will be surprised by how resilient and strong you can be during this time of transition. :)

Cindy said...

This time of year brings on a lot of different emotions when the little birdies start leaving the nest. The title is very appropriate for all these emotions. Once things are settled, it will be fun hearing all about the "freshman"

maggie said...

What a stellar photo. Loved the video-so unique, creative and well done. Thanks for sharing.

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

Gorgeous composition and colors!

Jayne said...

Love that Lace Kerri! My mom said it was the hardest thing she's ever done... to drive away and leave me standing there in front of the dorm waving excitedly. You gave her good roots, and now she'll take wing and be fine... just fine. So glad my little gift brought your spirit joy! :c)

cindyzlogic said...

I know how you feel. We have 2 grown sons & 1 daughter...and it was a bit harder to let her go. She's 27 now, and just moved to Washington state. That's a long, long way from Kansas. Plus, she has a little girl, one of our precious granddaughters. We are missing them both.

adhvan.net said...

Nice composition

Autumn Jordon said...

Very cool pictures. I especially love the butterfly.

Autumn
www.autumnjordon.com

Barb said...

I remember these feelings, Kerri - believe me, as she gains independence, she'll also become closer to you. Your photo of the wildflowers is a perfect composition.

Lisa RedWillow said...

Exquisite. Wow.

Mary said...

Beautiful shot :-) Sending them off to college is so hard. I remember crying the first time. It gets easier, but you do miss them.

Mimi said...

I have an idea of how you feel, especially about your daughter turning 18- it really is a milestone. i'll know about the college thing in a year.
Your photo is another beauty, Kerri.
And I will check out the u tube, after I've caught up here!

sniehans said...

Hope her first year goes well!! Exciting times, but yes, very nerve-wracking for all!

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