Oh my, this precious boy just melts my heart. Mr. Ian is such a joy to be around. He is tenderhearted and talks up a storm. From one year ago, which was the last time we saw him he has grown so big, yet he is still a treasure. I miss him terribly. His drawing, drawing, and drawing. It's what he does. Then he tells the story around his drawing. He colored the sidewalk and driveway with chalk one afternoon while we were visiting. Ashley's walls, up and down the stairway, in the guest room, in the bath room, covered with Ian and Wyatt's drawings.
So, we visited the Alamo while we were visiting Ashley in San Antonio last month, it was a really nice day, just a light jacket - or not - and there was a gentleman dressed in period clothes giving an account of the medicinal instruments and supplies of the times. Everyone was listening intently (except Ian), but, I also had to sit down after about 10 minutes standing as the talk would run about thirty minutes. Other guests to the Alamo gathered around so I was unable to hear the talk anymore so I hung with Ian.
I just started snapping photos with my DSLR Canon xT3. Ian likes to make funny faces but I figured if I continue to snap photos I'd get a few good ones out of the bunch. And I did! This wonderful little man...
I love him so.
Products used: One Little Bird (a couple different kits)