Baby Sister





Baby sister laughs
Almost “cute enough to eat!
Second serving primed


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Based on an old saying “cute enough to eat”
Figuratively:  to appreciate something

This is one of two “Food for Thought” images … After a couple of excruciatingly painful but nonetheless real world/human issue prompts, I just could not delve into the deep dark depths of either photo images for today.  My intention is not to make light of the situations, for they are very much real; yet traveling the road of despair today did not resonate with me.   Please indulge me today with a carefree version.

© by rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011 – 2012




Day 26
Theme:  Food for Thought
Paint the Image

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About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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26 Responses to Baby Sister

  1. zongrik says:

    i love that little nan baby

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  2. Someone is Special says:

    That’s a cute haiku becca.. Thanks!

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  3. Pat Cegan says:

    Charming. I’ll take two please. hugs, pat

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  4. granbee says:

    Becca, you certainly have my fullest permission to be a little more light hearted about this would-be heartrending image. This little girls does seem healthy,content,clean, and on a tray containing healthy foods. Now, some would say this is a “lazy” method of childcare while eating–but hey, not necessarily. This baby really is very cute!

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  5. I liked the lightheartnedness and cuteness of the Haiku,Becca. 🙂

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  6. Andy Sewina says:

    Yeah, so difficult to write to, there’s been some challenging prompts, love the way you lightened this one up!!

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  7. dani says:

    so cute, Becca! {i’ll be back tonight to get caught up.}

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  8. This is so much fun..much lighter than mine

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  9. wordcoaster says:

    I definitely share your sentiments–these were hard pictures and I couldn’t write on the first one and do it justice, so I wrote on the second and did it a comic turn, which you did as well 🙂

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  10. Becca, this is SO sweet. Thank you so much for the lovely lift for my heart. Very special Haiku.

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  11. Vidya Sury says:

    Hey Becca, I am here first today! 😀 You know, the platter with the baby actually gave me the creeps. Then made me sad. Oh well…that’s life!

    I like your take on the photo and the haiku!

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  12. Brindle says:

    totally different take…i loved it…:)

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  13. Valli says:

    Hehe!…That’s a cute haiku…It’s difficult to write a haiku on such image….really appreciate that

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  14. booguloo says:

    Nice imagination. Great shot. What a big tortilla.

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  15. lolamouse says:

    I appreciated your take on this prompt! I had difficulty with these. Morose thoughts…Yours was much better!

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  16. Ramesh Sood says:

    We are happy people Becca..let us continue to spread happiness.. yes sometimes pain needs to find its flow out.. but then it can wait.. well done..
    RS:)

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  17. So glad that I’m not the only one with a mind that works this way becca ♥ Shall we exchange recipes?
    Love your take ♥

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  18. Grace says:

    You made this photo light and fun….enjoyed this ~

    My share: http://everydayamazin.blogspot.com/2012/02/broken.html

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  19. sonsy lass says:

    I enjoyed devouring this lovely, happy haiku, Becca!

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  20. Asni says:

    She does look cute enough to eat! I like the way you have crafted your haiku to take away the sadness of the situation.

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  21. Very lovely painted with words Becca. Nice haiku.

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  22. siggiofmaine says:

    I LOVE this…forgot about the saying…and love your take on it and the photo…beyond cute.
    .
    Peace,
    Siggi in Downeast Maine

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