160/365 Always getting my door for me
161/365 FAntasmic Golf with the family
162/365 Driving home
163/365 Surprise gift in the mail from a sweet friend
164/365 Misbehaving Mutt on lease duty since she forgot some of her manners.
166/365 Happy Father’s Day!
and I had to share this Father’s Day outtake that’s out of focus but makes my heart smile 🙂
153/365 The Teenager
155/365 Happy Birthday to My Beloved
156/365 Pizza with friends in Cocoa Beach
157/365 Ready to Surf
157b/365 Sunset in Cocoa Beach
158/365 Sunrise in Cocoa Beach
158b/365 Chillin at the hotel about to go
159/365 Flirting in Italy
I have a million things to catch up on, but I had to put together this video from our beach day last week. We had so much fun despite two things bummin me out.
1. I forgot our Go Pro camera, so instead I improvised and tried using my Samsug Galaxy s5 to see how it would perform.
2. I didn’t get any video of my youngest punk standing up on the surf board 🙁 but I do have photos which I’ll have to post later.
Thank you Nikki for the best beach day a family could have! We love you guys!
Cocoa Beach with the McAnary’s from Kelly Webb on Vimeo.
146/365 Pizza at our favorite place
147/365 Quick lunch
One has a sinus infection and one is getting his wisdom teeth pulled soon. We finished up our doctor appointments at the same time, so we grabbed a quick lunch.
148/365 He built a Tesla Coil…
and it works! This teenager has loved his physics class this year, and yes he made a 100 for this end of the year project 🙂
149/365 Hey it’s Franklin!
This turtle was trying to make his way across a 6 lane road when my youngest jumped out of the car and picked him up. We wanted to keep him (and we even named him Franklin from an old cartoon my punks used to watch about a turtle named Franklin) but upon further research we found out two things that quickly changed our minds. #1 Franklin was probably a Francesca and most likely wandering to find a place to lay her eggs. #2 Turtles are known to carry salmonella, hence the gloves in the picture. So we did what any upstanding Texan would do, and we returned her to the nearest pond where we thought she was traveling from.
150/365 Time for a workout
Peeking through the blinds watching brothers encourage and workout together.
151/365 Rock. Paper. Scissors.
Who gets the milk first? It goes on forever because they constantly tie by picking the same thing like above. They both chose paper. They think too much alike 😉
152/365 Time to arm wrestle
Big brother beat little brother (with quite a fight), then Dad stepped in and beat big brother and peace was once again restored.
139/365 Muir Beach Overlook
We went on an early morning hike through Muir Woods, and then found our way to the overlook before heading back to the city.
140/365 Japanese Tea Garden
I had the most fun day with my photography friends. We shot all over San Francisco. It will always be one of my favorite memories. My heart is full.
141/365 Lenny Kravitz and Imagine Dragons Concert
The perfect end to an amazing day seeing Lenny Kravitz and Imagine Dragons in concert. Loved the view from Club Level at AT&T Park.
142/365 Homeward Bound
143/365 Not feeling good
He’s been sick since we got home 🙁
He kept giving me goofy faces, but I managed to capture this in between 🙂
145/365 Peeking through the fence
132/365 Yellow Rose
133/365 He’s talking to me.
I know it sounds crazy, but he does talk to me in low friendly growls. It’s the cutest thing.
134/365 We call her Little Fat Girl
135/365 Walks and hugs
Sometimes Cisco just has to stop and get a hug on his walks with my son. As you can see, my son is happy to accommodate his wishes.
136/365 Us celebrating 21 years together
137/365 On an adventure with my Beloved
138/365 Wine tasting in Napa at Castello di Amaroso
125/365 Ball Point Pen Sketch
126a/365 White Iris
126b/365 Father-Sons Time
127/365 His first Photoshop oil painting made into a canvas.
My oldest painted this in Photoshop for my hubby’s office. (It’s the school mascot for the university he works at.) We ordered this 40×60 canvas weeks ago and it finally arrived. We are so pleased with how it turned out and are so proud of him!
128/365 Spoiled Rotten
130/365 Clean up
Write. It. Down. The teenager finally cleaned out his truck.
131/365 Me and My Punks on Mother’s Day
They call me mom and I call them my punks. Love these two handsome guys!
118/365 “Mom, I think I need some new shoes for tennis.”
119/365 Another Panhandle Dust Storm
120/365 Made up Soup
121/365 Vintage Toys
122/365 It’s always safe to stay tight in a bud, but that’s not what this flower was made to do.
111/365 My Big Texas Sky… and a windmill.
112/365 Sketching girls.
Needed some mind space today so I sketched these two girls. Inspired by Martha Lever.
113/365 Let it go
114/365 Make a wish and blow
115/365 A peek into my sketchbook.
116/365 Macro Dandelion
117/365 Sunday selfie with my punk.
We were goofing around taking selfies this afternoon and captured this. It was this one or the one he took looking up his nose. True story.
104/365 Doodle Day
106/365 Be open
I made myself a new bracelet today. Words I need to remember.
107/365 Mustang Radio
108/365 Helping my focus to have more focus
I finally got my issue of Making the Shot 3 printed and bound with today!
109/365 Love for Dad
He’s been in this office for seven years and has always wanted to paint it, so today we all pitched in and got it done for him. It looks so nice!
110/365 Happy Easter!
We had a beautiful Easter with intermittent showers across our parched and thirsty land today. We celebrated God’s love and Christ’s resurrection. Our day ended with a glorious sunset. No artist can compete with our Creator. He makes creation sing.