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‘If only I could get in there……..’ 🙂
Ahh…I didn’t even think about that! That’s probably exactly what he was thinking! 🙂
That is a wonderful moment. I remember the awe and wonder on my son’s face when was that age. Aquariums brings us close to life under the sea.
It is a very special moment indeed! Seeing things again, anew… through the eyes of a small child, there is nothing quite like it! Pure joy!
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I’ve never seen fish in colors such as this. Lovely!
Thank you Kim!
Very sweet! I’m reminded of the scene in Finding Nemo when the little girl is tapping on the aquarium, but of course, this picture, is a lot more peaceful-looking. 🙂
Would you believe I have never watched Finding Nemo?! Kind of crazy I know…I think I should put it on my list of things to do! Especially now that I have this reference point. It was a pretty special moment for us. Thank you for your kind words.
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It is the small things that count. The breath of air, the touch, the look and the care. Treasure them for when they come someone should notice them.
You are absolutely correct. I certainly treasure my grandchildren, that’s for sure! 🙂