A token for the carousel at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum is my treasure.
A couple weeks ago I went with my boyfriend Josh, his coworkers, and their kid to the children’s museum. We had a great time, ended the day with ride on the carousel, and we were way more amused with it than the kids on the ride.
Today for my photo challenge I went with a picture I took at the children’s museum. I chose to go with the warmth of the colors from this awesome Transformers magazine collection.
It was a warm day here in Indiana. Went on the trail and was able to capture the frozen part of the lake and the part that wasn’t frozen. I tried to focus more on the tree and the geese.
Big dog leaving tiny footprints on the nature trail.
Autumn to me feels like a shorter span of time than the month of February. It goes by so quickly and I crave more time to enjoy it. It’s my favorite season and with it being winter I’m glad I captured a bit of its beauty in the street before the snow arrived. Until we meet again fall.
“Make yourself feel at home”, is what we tell people when they are a guest in your house. I’ve never felt at home in the sense of this is my hometown since I’ve moved so much. Home isn’t a physical place to me. Since I’ve battled depression a majority of my life “home” certainly wasn’t a mental state of being for me.
I consider home to be when I feel peace and happiness. Although I have a family that cares about me home is not with them. I have a boyfriend that loves me but home is not fully with him either. Home is where unconditional love is and although my boyfriend and my family are great home wouldn’t be nearly home for me without my cat, Katniss. She is simply the best little fluff ball and always puts me at ease when this world feels like too much.
One day I’m hoping that home is within my own mind but as I continue to work on that, for now home is where the cat is.