I had so many ideas for this month’s theme. So many.
With the winter we had, and the spring we had been having — I thought I’d get all sorts of vibrant colors and things like that. Alas, Mother Nature kept rearing her head, so … well, I had to think differently.
It’s been warm, it’s been cold, it’s rained, it’s snowed… sheesh! Where’s the vibrant?
Well, according to dictionary.com, there are several definitions of vibrant:
As you can see, there are a lot of ways to interpret this theme in the literal way — but there are other ways, too. I look forward to seeing how others have interpreted the theme! But that’s just blabbing for the sake of blabbing. So, maybe I should just move along and get with it already.
Anyway, it’s time to get into it. My selections are below. Remember to link up at the bottom and visit others and hopefully comment!
1. Great play
The collective sound of a crowd on an amazing play is definitely vibrant. Though this was an opposing team, this play drew gasps from the crowd as he made the diving grab.
Yes, Cameron has a vibrant smile. Oh yeah, baseball is his favorite sport!
3. Trail markers
If you are out hiking around on trails and such, you must notice trail markers. Though I know sometimes the coloring can be dull, usually the signs and markers are more vibrant so they are easier to see, kind of like the ones on a new set of trails in my area.
Spring can definitely bring some vibrant life, and I did get the chance to see some of it in bloom!
Mascots always seem to be quite vibrant, don’t they? In color, in their actions and everything else!
There are my five and I look forward to seeing what others had this month!
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Also, don’t forget to get back here Sunday, May 1 for the theme for May!
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