uploading these photographs. Yes, that extra 30 seconds it takes to upload a photograph became a non-priority among the madness of my daily 'to do' lists. As I'm sure my fellow creative/overachiever types know, when you take on too many projects, and you fall behind on one of these projects, this little thing occurs called the snowball effect. And suddenly there you are, left with a monumental project where a tiny one once was.
eco-fashion company, line of art, the wedding, and his job (which keeps him away on the road half the year), Project 365 just didn't seem in the cards for us this year. He agreed, which made me sad ("but babe, you're supposed to say 'no, we can do it!' "). He had a great suggestion, however, which was that we still continue to take the daily photos, and then choose our favorite from each week to feature. I'd noticed some of my blogger friends were doing Project 52 (a photo a week rather than a photo a day), and realistically, this seems like a much better bet for us at this time.
Photo 1: Robbie's dad's amazing restored bicycle collection.
Photo 2: Pretty scenery shot from our Arizona trip.
Photo 3: Robbie's band was playing Madison, and he snuck away for a few minutes to the protests at the capital building.
Photo 4: My vintage shop find of the year: a gorgeous, pristine condition 1940s red velvet purse for $5. Yes, $5.
Is anyone else doing a Project 52 or similar photo-journal project? And for those of you rocking Project 365, how is it coming along?
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