Worshiping Mary Stuart Masterson since 1987.
I wish. Gorgeous.
I think so, too. I think we should be able to wear what we want, roll around on the floor whenever we want to and never have to be anywhere at any particular time.
I got a comment today on an older post featuring some kids playing rugby - basically saying that "kids aren't the be all and end all"- "that some people choose not to have them",and a suggestion I photograph some pets.The link is here should you wish to comment on it.http://absolutely100percent.blogspot.com/2007/05/my-saturday.htmlThe Anonymous poster has perhaps got the wrong end of the stick here. The reason for both photos containing kids are specifically;a) That kids have a carefree abandon, and I personally believe it doesn't hurt to enjoy life as much as they do. i was trying to reflect that in this post.b) Lots of my friends have kids and they're a joy to photograph at an earlier age because they are blissfully unaware of the camera.Absolutely100 Percent recognizes the right for people to choose (or not to choose) to have children, and any suggestion to the contrary was not inferred (or maybe implied - I always get them mixed).
Phew, a timely disclaimer ... ;)I may need one over at my place but who can resist commenting any country's latest 'bright idea' on keeping out colonisers ... oops, I meant immigrants.
Weird, I did not think it was a comment about having children to enrich your life. I think someone may have had an agenda? I have kids. My comment "I wish" wasn't an expression of a longing for more. . . Absolutely not. (Nor was gorgeous a comment on the physical appearance of the child photographed.)
I totally understood what you were saying Ren :)My reaction to that posters comment was mostly tongue in cheek, I assure you :)
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