Thursday, July 21, 2011

My Inspiration

Over at Gussy Sews, she's been having weekly inspiration workshops.

This week's prompt is your own inspiration!

While I receive inspiration from many places: my family, crocheting, all things vintage, great photography, etc.

...I decided today to talk about another very special source of inspiration for me...

which is children.

I'm in graduate school right now to become a Speech-Language Pathologist, and I work with children everyday.

Children have so much life in them, even the ones with disorders...

they inspire me to find joy in the little things like blowing bubbles, laughing with a friend, reading a book, going outside, pretend play, experiencing something for the first time...














I also have a passion for children with autism, so if you'd like more information on what autism is, here is a good website!



Gussy Sews Inspiration Workshop!



8 comments:

Heather from wearetheholdens.blogspot.com said...

Lindsey, you are so right. Children are such an inspiration! Especially luv the 5th pic. :)

chelsea {joy} said...

aww i love this post. what sweet photos. and i definitely agree. i don't have any littles of my own yet, but children have always held a special place in my heart. just love being around them :)

Pam said...

Hi visiting from Gussy! Sounds like you're doing great work.

Kelly said...

NICE! i love the last photo... our children teach us what life is all about... They sure do!

Kassie said...

Beautiful photos!

I know my little one definitely inspires me!

Stopping by from gussy!

Stephanie said...

Loved your post! You are gonna be such a blessing to kids when you become a speech teacher. I stuttered all through first grade and had to go to speech. My weekly visits were always a hi-lite for me because my speech teacher was so kind. Love the pics too. :)

Debbie said...

Lindsey, the pictures are great. Your passion to help others, especially children, shows!

Jami said...

These pictures are amazing! Thank you for that last sentence. My nephew has autism, it's so misunderstood. Love your blog ;)