Photo101 Rehab #24

I haven’t written here nor visited other blogs in the last days but borrowed poems and photos, because I’m on holidays.

I couldn’t resist to pop up today though.

I’ve been traveling with husband, daughter and a girlfriend, which in itself is already enough people.

Since 2 days ago we joined a group of relatives and friends and headed to a beach at the Northeastern coast of Brazil. To give you perspective, we are a group of 25, of which 7 teenage girls, 6 teenage boys and 1 kiddo.

It’s been fun but sometimes chaotic to manage all teen’s hormones bubbling at its peak time – making Shakespeare fundamental question ‘to be or not to be’ a small issue. The compass of their decisions, when deciding whether to join the adults’ programs, is simple – is there wifi available?

They have a point though when being criticized by us, as rightly so observed that they are serving us a purpose, whilst in their quest for the existence of a wifi connection. Without exception, all of us grab our smartphones once we have a chance.

I have a blog to care for – that’s what I say to them – and for that get them on my side. And because I have a blog they were very curious to check it out.

That’s when they found out that I have in earlier posts featured photos of some of them. Ops. They want all to be there too. What’s that for jealousy and competitive spirit?

I decided to surrender, as they reminded me that I make away too many photos of them without ‘paying’ fees to the ‘top models’, so they deserve recognition and rewards for playing unsolicited modeling for me.

Here are they. Not the full group. It’s almost impossible to have them all at the same location at the same time.

This was an exception. They are exceptional kids too.

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32 thoughts on “Photo101 Rehab #24

  1. Hi Lucile. Love the falling snow touch. Totally contrasts with your photo! Honored and thanks for taking the time to read and like my Angels and Demons post. The holidays have prevented me from posting too but can’t say I’m nearly as relaxed as you look (been too busy for various reasons). All the best for 2015!

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  2. A beach at the Northeastern coast of Brazil? Sounds like paradise to me.
    Travelling such a large group sounds chaotic, noisy & fun. I hope you’re enjoying your holidays. I’m wishing you all the best for 2015!

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    1. You couldn’t describe it better! It feels exactly like that. The paradise compensated for the chaos and noise and I’m truly enjoying here. Posting photos of the place tomorrow.
      Thanks for the wishes.
      I wish you a joyful start of 2015 and the very best wishes to you and your family.

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