Thursday, April 18, 2013

Mind Space

What's taking up space in your brain?

    School, relationships, work, family issues, friend stuff... It all has a place in your mind, but are you letting the wrong thoughts jerk you around? Think about it for a minute. If we constantly fill our minds with pure and beneficial things, it will show in our actions. That's what I've been thinking about lately.

Story Behind the Photo: I have such a wonderful sister:) 
I (out of nowhere) had an idea for a picture yesterday and she went along with it, even through all the randomness that is me. 
("Look down, no, more. Okay, this way, don't look so happy! Alright, not that sad, you know what I mean. Move you hand to the left... Cross your legs. Never mind, that looks weird." etc.)
Short and sweet, that's also me!

PS: Does it annoy you when I change the font/color/size and interchange them varying-ly?


Maddie May said...

I love these pictures! They're really fun:) I love it when my sisters pose for me:) But after a while they get tired of doing what I want... Oh well, such is life:D
Great job Eli!

Hannah Mary said...

Awesome. Also, I love your bookshelf - looks like it's full of treasures!

You asked me about the numbers on the little lambs in my post - the farmers spray paint them on every sheep to keep them apart from other farmer's sheep and to keep track of them. It's kind of a pity to ruin their pretty wool, but I guess they've got to do it!

Eli OKeefe said...

To Hannah Mary: That's neat about the lambs:) Actually it's my sister's bookshelf, mine is nowhere near that organized!

Montanagirl said...

Nice job with the photos! Nothing much annoys me anymore.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful photos!! :) That's a really good point. I'm a worrier and a thinker, so even when I'm trying to fall asleep, my brain is working hard. It reminds me of Phil 4:8: "Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things."


Leaf Dance Photography said...

Oh! At first glance I thought that was you! =D
"don't look so happy!" <-- hehe, it sounds funny to say that doesn't it? It seems to go against the grain to Not Smile, but a Serious expression is very meaningful sometimes.
Do the notebooks off to the side represent school?
Maddie said pictures...but I only see uno? Maybe it's just my computer? =/
Shall I ask some more questions? =P
Anywho, your comment on "Grapes and Tulips" was recived with a laugh an' a smile! *chuckles*
Contrast: Actually, I do appreciate people who notice things like that and tell me; interestingly enough, I was actually wondering if anyone WOULD notice, because I had the suspicion that I didn't save them right way after I edited(some of) them. =/
Now I'll see if anyone else does...! =D

xx ~Jenny

P.s. About fonts; I didn't even notice you changed! But I'm good with that. Colors? In this particular post the font is small, and the brown, dark blue, black, and Kind of blur together and I can't really tell much difference. If the font was bigger it might be affect me differently. =)

Leaf Dance Photography said...

Okey doke, I just answered one of my questions, about how many. (It was just my computer.)
See ya!


Christy Okeefe said...

Those pictures turned out pretty well! I love posing for you:)hope we can do it again soon!

Eli OKeefe said...

To Jenny: Yes, the notebooks do represent school:) The softball is for sports, there is jewelery and clothing as well as lock-boxes to (sort of) represent feelings and the books are for pleasure and fun learning:) Glad you noticed that!

bandofbrothers said...

you sounds super smart for someone your age! wrong thoughts jerk me around a lot and i'm always working on kicking them out. so get a head start on that one, it will have a huge pay off for you later!!!

Suzy said...

They're good thoughts to have and you are sweet. Thanks for visiting my blog.