Photo Caption Contest: Beyond The Mark

A few month’s ago, I arrived late to church and as I scurried across the parking lot with three small children to try to make it in time to take the sacrament, I noticed something so awesome that I just had to stop. Despite our tardiness, the freezing cold, and the fact that we were probably going to miss the central purpose of attending church every Sunday (again!), I fumbled around in my pocket for my phone to snap a picture, trying to ignore the children’s whining remonstrations and arm tugging.

Beyond the Mark

I think that this photo is nicely symbolic. Or it at least implies a story. What it symbolizes, however, or what the story is, is up to you. Submit your photo caption suggestions in the comments or by email.

The winner will be announced next Week.

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4 Responses to Photo Caption Contest: Beyond The Mark

  1. Dan Knudsen

    Everyone is equal, but some are more equal than others.

  2. “I can’t help it. I’m a woman. I at least made it into half the parking spot.”

    “How to be on time to church.”

    “Where the sidewalk ends?”

  3. Dan Knudsen

    My daughter said that it should be, “My wife didn’t want to step in the snow.”

  4. Cingular … More bars in more places.

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