I'm jealous of anyone with a camera. They always produce inspiring things.
You know those people. The ones who take a pretty photo, place text on it, and create art.
Like this shot taken by a friend who inserted words from a post I wrote.
Right now, I don't own a camera (I don't deserve it after I lost two and then dropped our daughter's camera in the river). Plus, even when I do take pictures, I always manage to cut off someone's arm or blur everything. Oh, and not the artsy kind of faded out blur, but just an everything is fuzzy blur.
I am a Compassion Blogger, and Compassion Bloggers are banding together to create a picture of what giving looks like this holiday season. Usually, I make pictures using words, but this week has been full, full, and I've struggled to carve out time to write.
Therefore, I thought it might be fun to show you actual pictures of what giving looks like in my world. Minus the uber cool, artsy fades and inspiring words, of course.
Giving is rallying kids together who normally don't have opportunities to serve.
Giving is creating a family project instead of family debt.
a friend's daughter who is creating a presentation in hopes of persuading her parents to sponsor a child. Go, Abigail. I love your spunk, girl.
Giving is ordering something from #2 of this list.
Giving is making pumpkin muffins and mimosas for the second time in two weeks to share with friends.
What about you? What's giving look like around your home this holiday season?