Saturday, July 6, 2013

Bubbles/Top Shot

First experience making bubbles

Canada Day (July 1st) was a great day for waving a wand to make magical bubbles.

YAY! Bubbles!

I am linking to Madge's Weekly Top Shot.

25 comments:

Lowell said...

Cute shots of some cute kids. Our granddaughter and her husband and our greatgrandson are visiting. We blew bubbles yesterday. Guess who had the most fun. The husband!

And I've been singing, "I'm forever blowing bubbles..." ever since!

With re your comment on Ocala: The old crank was taking the picture! :)

Jill said...

The pure joy of making bubbles is captured perfectly!

Terri said...

Cute kiddos, enjoying the simple pleasures of life.

Sandra said...

really cool, not the bubble blowers i remember from my childhood, this looks like mega bubbles.. so cute

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Making bubbles is so fascinating to all ages.

rainfield61 said...

We can find rainbows in the bubbles.

TexWisGirl said...

SOOO cute!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

So cute!

Karen said...

Cute!

Halcyon said...

So precious! The wonder and delight bubbles can bring. :)

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

How cute -- I still like making bubbles! :)

Stephanie said...

Perfect! Love the bubbles!

Small City Scenes said...

Really cute shots. I always enjoyed playing with the bubble stuff. I still do. MB

RedPat said...

I love bubbles!

Pam =) said...

My inner-child still loves to play with bubble-stuff. Love the adorable red-head ~:)

Randy said...

That is one big wand.

Miss Kodee said...

So cute! Bubbles were a big part of my children's summer days! Especially the giant making robe bubble maker!

Gemma Wiseman said...

I still love the magic of blowing bubbles! The rainbow colours in the floating bubbles always enchant me! Great photos!

llandudnopictures said...

Looks like they are having lots of fun!

Zosia said...

Fond memories. My daughter loved making soap bubbles when she was little. One time she was doing just so when we were getting ready to go celebrate First Communion of our friend's daughter. My daughter was already in her pretty dress and I was getting ready. When I finished I went to collect her from the other room and .... found her laughing, pouring the whole bottle of bubble soap on her head :-))))).
Well, she had to go back to the bathtub and washing off that soap took some time. The bathtub was full of bubbles.
We were late for the First Communion celebration :-)))).

Coombe Mill said...

Adorable photos and what beautiful children. Bubbles are always popular. Please do join me over on my Country Kids linky too.

Kate said...

It is joyful to watch the look of wonder and joy on children's faces. And look at those curls!

bailey-road.com said...

Sweet captures.

Rose said...

I need this set up for Lorelei but cannot find the 'big' one anywhere around here.

Sue said...

Gotta love kids blowing bubbles!

=)

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