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L.E.N.S. photo challenge: capture the ordinary

The photo challenge this week at "Home Is Where You Start From" is to "capture the ordinary" and share a picture from our everyday family life.  Some days I don't think there is anything ordinary about our life...it is EXTRAordinary and I love it!
We love a good rain shower at our house.  The boys and I are often found outside playing in the rain.  And we love large cardboard boxes.  Oh, the adventures they bring us.  This is us, in the rain, in a cardboard box that held our new garage refrigerator this fall.
Ordinary days don't get any better than this!

Boxes will always be the best toy around!

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  1. That's a great photo. I love that the simplest things are the most fun.

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  2. they look like they are having so much fun! Thanks for sharing this photo with us!

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