What is She Thinking?


Last week I posted a photo titled ‘Let’s Imagine’, I enjoyed so much the conversation it generated that I decided to once in a while post more photos like that.

Meet Mariana, my adorable niece. Her eyes talk to me. Do they talk to you? And what do they tell you?

PS: BadFish, now it is your turn.

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51 thoughts on “What is She Thinking?

  1. She has beautiful eyes, Lucile. They tell me she is a strong woman and knows what she wants. But she is also a blast to be with and can make you laugh in a heartbeat–my kind of friend!


      1. I’m smiling at your comment; thinking how many of us would say the same about our children. I often think my boy-child is a distillation of the best of his father and me (only with an untidiness streak he doesn’t get from either of us). πŸ™‚


        1. I’m totally partial about my niece. She lived a few years with us when her mother (my sister) divorced and came back to live for a while with my parents.
          Maybe the untidiness is with every kid for a few years, until they live alone. I’m sure he’s a great kid if he got the best of you both. πŸ˜€

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              1. Hm! I think so. He has always been very independent. It’s also quite timely as we are hoping to sell our house and move out of the city. My son’s job and friends are here, while his father and I are ready for new challenges. We would stay longer in town if that’s what our son wants, but he seems very keen to spread his wings. It’s an interesting time for all of us.


                  1. Thank you Lucile. I’m so ready to move on, but until my partner finishes the project he’s working on that keeps him in Melbourne most weeks, progress is pretty slow.


                    1. I never used to like Sydney much, but spent a week there last year and somehow feel like I discovered the city’s vibe. Melbourne will always be special to me though because so many friends live there. I’d love to catch up with Desley Jane sometime. I have ‘t been very good about trying go meet up with blogging whanau in “real life”.


  2. A beautiful girl and photo. There is an ease about her expression. She seems comfortable with you, and with who she is.


    1. Thanks, Terri. How interesting that you also thought of the Mona Lisa. I hope this photo would become as famous, so I’ll stop working and become a billionaire!! Hahaha Ok, I’m back to normal. Just kidding. πŸ˜‰

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  3. I see confidence, forthrightness, and kindness. Wonderful photo, and I love the Let’s Imagine theme !
    I seem to have lost track of you for a while, but I think I’m properly subscribed now πŸ™‚


  4. Oh, poop! I’m a little late to the party, but here goes my imagining what this young woman is thinking behind those eyes: “I think the next time Aunt Lucile stops by to photograph me, I’m going to remember where I put my red panties. Where are those things?”


  5. Priceless, isn’t he? (BF) I was thinking this even before I saw his comment. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    A lady who’s happy with what she has and where she’s going, Lucile? Lovely smile!


  6. She loks happy, and like she cares a lot about whoever she’s looking at. I think she’s a beautiful woman. πŸ™‚


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