A word a week challenge: face

For my first foray participating in the word a week challenge (a challenge hosted at “a word in your ear“), I’d like to share two very different entries, but two sure to bring a smile to your face. The first appeared as we prepped dinner one night in the company of friends. I swear we did not alter this little cucumber in any way, other than to slice, of course, which revealed the smilie within.

IMG_6208The second entry occurred in one of those moments when the kids were just a little too quiet. I like to call this one “American Girl meets Monster High.”

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Little things in life stand out sometimes. What fun!

© Erica K O’Shea at “growthandpossibility.wordpress.com”, 2013.

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