Scavenger Hunt Sunday – August 21

Loved this little squirrel the other day – cleaning up after the kids at the Challenger Soccer Camp in Amherst.  See the geometric shapes behind him… natures own background (or should I saw “non-Nature”  ;))

Strokes of color — celebrating Samantha’s birthday on the Connecticut River yesterday.  Love Cook’s champagne and our fun glasses on the boat.  🙂

Hanging by a Thread

Learning how to slalom waterski.  This photo is Samantha, my step daughter “hanging by a thread” trying to pull herself up out of the water on one ski.  It is not as easy at it looks — and you can see the water in her face, streaming up her nose as she struggles to get this “high” out of the water.  She tried 4 times and to get this “high” is considered a true success of determination.   Next time she will be up and skiing — guaranteed.

Learning how to dive with Uncle Jim & Cousin Jason at the Cook Family Summer party.  Schuyler loves the water and it was wonderful to watch his uncle teaching him how to dive.  Jason Cook, his cousin is an amazing diver from Amherst and dives with the UMASS College team.  You can see his twist in the air – just goofing around that afternoon.  Very cool!  

On the dotted Line
I absolutely love the ducks on the river.  When we got there in July we found that one of the mother’s had baby ducklings.  So amazing and beautiful to watch her take care of them all — in a row — following her — on the dotted line.  🙂 

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

The rules are simple:
  1. Anyone can participate.
  2. You’re encouraged to take five new photos this week for the challenge. Creativity is also encouraged!
  3. If you get stumped, you may use one photo from your archive (although I’m not too strict about it – I do my best to take fresh shots).
  4. Link up here on Sunday (or Tuesday at the latest) – you can use the button above.
  5. Leave comments for at least five entries around yours 
  6. Have fun!

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Nancy Peck Cook is a trainer and speaker who has presented in front of large and small audiences for the past 25 years.  Her work as an executive and volunteer trainer for the American Cancer Society during the growth of the signature activity Relay For Life trained professionals to be more confident and successful in their roles. 

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