I've been plugging along, working on my 101 in 1001 goals. It may not look like I've accomplished much from looking at my list over there on the side of this page, but I have been focusing on those goals. I've committed an hour a day to working on them. Some days I might spend the entire hour on one item, some days I spend a few minutes on multiple goals and some days I spend a lot more than one hour working on the list.
If you notice, one of the items on the list is to post a photo to this blog every day for 30 days. I've been a little worried about that one. What on earth am I going to photograph? I can only imagine how bored we'd all be if I took 30 photos of the dogs sleeping or the kids playing video games. I thought about photographing my cooking attempts but I doubt seriously you want to see that either. Plus, I have a hard enough time cooking. I can only imagine the disasters I'd create if I was trying to take pictures as I went. So, what to photograph?
How about photographing Christmas memories? Each year when I pull out the Christmas decorations, I have my own personal walk down memory lane. Almost every ornament and/or decoration reminds me of someone or something. So, what if I photograph the ornaments? That might be a good idea. There are a few important people in my life that don't relate to a specific ornament, however. I wouldn't want to leave anyone out so for those folks, I'll just throw in a photo of something that reminds me of them.
So, in no particular order....
The above is a beautiful wreath given to me by my friends, the Mount family. Their son, Logan, made it and the wreath always hangs on our back door. While it sounds like it's not getting much of a place of honor, it actually is. The washing machine is right there beside that door and I spend an awful lot of time at the washing machine. During the Christmas holidays, I have the opportunity to think of my friends while I do the laundry. Merry Christmas, Mounts!