Before this icy, sleety, hard-pebble rain Sunday is over, here are a few pictures to represent what can be in or on our hand.
I was sitting at my computer when a bird hit the window and fell to the ground, dazed. I ran outside and scooped it up before the cats could. After holding it in my hands for a while, it rallied and flew off. My husband took the picture.
While out on a wildflower hike earlier this spring, I came across this beautiful red trillium. Since the bloom was dangling downward, I had to hold it up with one hand so the camera could capture its glorious face. My other hand was able to somehow take a shot that didn’t blur too much:
Here are a few other objects with one or two hands attached to them:
And this was taken during a day of pure fun with two friends (A. and D.) at Disneyworld, between drumming and watching the monkeys climb around a fake abandoned palace (I don’t remember who to give the photo credit to, but one or the other will remember 🙂 ). I did feel like a princess or bride to be, with my hand decorated like this. Unfortunately, just like nail polish, the henna paint started to come off almost immediately.
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