Crap! I did it again! I missed last week’s 52 Snapshots of Life photo. Do the holidays have anyone else running around like crazy? Cause in our house it is nearly holiday panic mode time.

Did I buy everyone gifts?!

Why haven’t I mailed our Christmas cards yet?

Will my dog eat all my Christmas decorations?

Those dirty dishes have been siting there for how long?

…are all things that have my crossed my mind today.

Well anyway. The theme last week was Bokeh and although this photo isn’t quite the “Bokeh Effect”, I think it turned out pretty cool AND it proves I did actually get our Christmas tree up!

Bokeh Effect on our Christmas Tree

Want to know what the photo really looked like? Just Luna in front of the Christmas tree chewing on an Antler from Barkworthies (which you can go and win RIGHT NOW in our Stocking Stuffer Giveaways).

Luna and our Christmas Tree 2015

When I was growing up all my friends used to think that all those little “Bokeh spots” were Angels floating around as a sign of happiness and so if you saw a lot of them in a photo, then it meant you were happy and having a great time. Of course now it sounds a little silly, but one of the very first pictures I took after we adopted Luna had a few of them, so I guess I still believe in it a bit!

Luna on the day she came home.

So the answer to the question in the title must be that they both bring happiness.

Do you like the Bokeh Effect in photos?

Last week’s 52 Snapshots of Life Photo Challenge theme is BOKEH and this post is my submission. If you’d like to see more photos from our 52 Snapshots of Life Photo Challenge, you can view them all over in my Flickr 52 Snapshots of Life photo album.

Don’t forget to visit last week’s post to see what I’m THANKFUL for and come back next week to learn about our NEIGHBORS.

Jessica Shipman

Jessica Shipman is a bargain hunter, food lover, and software engineer figuring out how to be a pet parent for the first time. Jessica has been a long time lover of all animals (especially llamas and manatees) and is happy that she can finally combine that love with technology.
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