I am participating in a 52 week photo challenge. It’s a closed group, which I kinda like…everyone is connected somehow and we are all sharing our images…while I cannot give you access to those taken by others I would like to share the ones I’m posting…so here are my submissions so far…and stay tuned for what I come up with next.
Yup…it’s all dogs and fire students…all the time.
This is truly our favorite place. The kiddos and I go several times a week…Okay so two of these were taken in our backyard…but the rest are at our lake on the trails…a magical place if you’re a dog or someone who loves to watch dogs run.
So, it looks like I’ve missed a few days but check out my facebook page to catch up…search for Jenn’s December Photo Project on Facebook pages and you can see not just my December days but those of a really cool assortment of friends.
The last few days our friend (and I say our because Macy is enjoying some serious Kati time)…our friend Kati has been here from Denver. We have gathered with college friends, hosted her nephew, spent the evening in Lawrence, watched movies and eaten a bunch of yummy food…and had, perhaps, a few beverages. One more dinner tonight with the college rowing gang and then Kati will fly back to Denver and I will settle in for the last week of classes.
I promise not to take all of this year’s photos with my phone….but the reality is it’s just so convenient. And I’ll give it to the folks at Apple this little phone takes a pretty good picture.
This is how I start my day so often when I’m working. We seem to run a call between 5am and 7am with great regularity. Coffee, the log book and the computer. On a side note someone down here in Fairfax has been making a lot of noise…
Hope you have a wonderful Monday!
That sure is a lot of 2s…
I love how the light from the tree illuminates the entire house in the dark morning as I wait for the coffee to brew.
I’ve posted a picture much like this every year and I think it’s because this time of year I am drawn home. In the busy holiday madness I treasure moments when I can sit in the big red chair and just look at my tree.