WordPress weekly photo challenge: The world through my eyes

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Today I’m participating in the WordPress weekly photo challenge and this week’s theme is “the world through my eyes”.

You can see the world through my eyes as a photographer here, especially if you like to see young birds.

This is the world through my eyes today. The laundry pile actually looks a lot better today than it did yesterday.

WordPress weekly photo challenge: The world through my eyes - pile of laundry

WordPress weekly photo challenge: The world through my eyes – pile of laundry

If I look to the side, I can see another pile on the floor. This one is a giant pile of Lego pieces.

WordPress weekly photo challenge: The world through my eyes - pile of Lego pieces

WordPress weekly photo challenge: The world through my eyes – pile of Lego pieces

But this isn’t just a huge bag of Lego in my kids’ eyes. They actually build cool stuff with these Lego pieces. Like this:

WordPress weekly photo challenge: The world through my eyes - Lego Ninjago meets Lego Star Wars

WordPress weekly photo challenge: The world through my eyes – Lego Ninjago meets Lego Star Wars

Or this:

WordPress weekly photo challenge: The world through my eyes - Lego dinosaur

WordPress weekly photo challenge: The world through my eyes – Lego dinosaur

And they put the Lego pieces away a lot faster than I fold the laundry!

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6 responses to “WordPress weekly photo challenge: The world through my eyes

  1. Looks like my regular day too. Days I savor knowing these moments are priceless. Thank you.

  2. Such a fun, colorful world. It’s great to see whenever kids do creative things like that. Too bad folding the laundry can’t be turned into a game though. :)

  3. I was helping my son with his Legos today and had to remind him to please take care of his Lego minifigures such as the Ninjago series. Through our kids, we get to relive our childhood days.

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