I’m doing daily posts this week as part of Week In The Life, a scrapbooking project spearheaded by Ali Edwards. Other days of the project can be found here: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
Last day of this crazy picture-taking project. Here we go:
6:04am | Sunday is the only day of the week when I leave the house for the studio and it’s not completely dark out. And that’s only in summer. First light 5:54am. Sunrise 6:25am.
11:00am | Home from teaching and this is what I see. Picnic on the grass.
11:03am | Those shoes! This is the first time he’s worn shoes for the purpose of walking (with help) outside. Oh my heart.
3:52pm | What happened between 11 and 4? I have no idea. Documentation fatigue, probably. Maybe a nap. Some food, for sure. Mowing the lawn? Anyway. Onward.
4:30pm | Stopped by a train on the way to our Weekly Park Adventure.
4:57pm | It’s been a busy summer and we haven’t been going on weekly park adventures– it’s more like one or two times a month– but they’re still happening. This one is Hansen Park in New Brighton.
5:23pm | The posed timer- or remote-shot is a requirement of the Weekly Park Adventure.
Again, due to documentation fatigue I didn’t take any more photos after we came home from our adventure. I’m ok with that.