I admit it.
I am an Instagram user and lover.
I love that I can take simple images and slap a pretty filter on them and beautify the little moments that I don’t really want to capture on the big camera.
I load them up and share.
I also really enjoy and am constantly inspired by other users’ photos.
Simple moments like a beautiful day in a beautiful yard.
A simple shot of the skyline of the city I love so much.
Craft projects that we’re working on.
The ducks that beg for bread almost daily.
And Barney wanting to get out and chase the ducks.
My porch garden.
Home sweet home.
Rain or shine.
Goofy sweet dogs and sweet dogs that play with rocks.
My sweet silly girl.
A note from my sweet girl that has now been erased.
(It says “mom you are preety love, Tessa.)
A flower that she picked for me that I put in a goblet with some water on the porch.
A week later it’s still in bloom, but I want to remember it when it’s not.
A perfect book title.
I feel that way most nights unfortunately.
When the weather is cold but we still want to swim, we hit the hot tub.
And a million other random moments like: an hour focused on doodling – playing beer pong using a door for the table – editing pictures while my guy is playing beer pong – all the change we had saved up in the past few months (1,089 pennies) – an organized desktop – my favorite sparkly Sketchers.
You can follow me on Instagram if you’d like @trinacatmom.
It’s available on iPhone and Android now.