This was the first week (I’m using the word ‘week’ loosely, just work with me here) in which I was genuinely happy with (almost) every single photo I took. In fact, this week includes one of my very favourite photos ever. (Not the oranges. That's just my favourite for this post.)
So that’s nice!
The last two weeks have been... kind of awesome, actually. I've been: talking | looking | loving | shovelling | sleeping | daydreaming | approaching | figuring | troubleshooting | falling
I’ve been using my instant cameras a little more often, which is a lot of fun, but… it’s weird.
Every month, I share the articles and sites that I found most interesting. Here's what caught my attention in February.
In a lot of ways, February is when my real work starts—even in a good year, it takes me a few weeks to find my routines and start moving forward again with my writing, or photography, or… whatever.
This year, February has been a very good month.
It's been a good two weeks. I've been: going | thinking | making | trying | reevaluating | remembering | finishing | feeling | starting | getting
I was all ready to say I’d made it through ten days without falling back on a cat photo… but then I realized I did take a picture of Lucy.
Ah well. What’s the internet for, if not cat photos?
This is where things start to get tricky. I’ve been taking photos every day for three weeks, and… I’m starting to run out of ideas.
This has been a weird couple of weeks. Not in a bad way, but my schedule is... kind of a mess. I've been: thinking | stocking | accepting | wondering | eating | making | standing | getting | trying | looking
I was genuinely nervous to start this 366 project. Like… if I hadn’t announced it here, I might have backed out at the last minute. I was tempted.
But I’m so glad I got over myself and started.