Day 5 ... Failure
Well, it only took me 5 days to fail. No photo for today. Not that I didn't try (sigh/frustration.) My efforts included time outside on my back porch but, my idea was a no go :/ And, I actually do have one photo of the pups laying on the kitchen floor being still for all of 30 seconds. WOO HOO, right? But, knowing in my heart of hearts that there will likely be an abundance of furbaby photos on this blog during the next year, I decided not to post a photo that didn't do them (or my photography) any justice. So, here's what I DID decide.
1. I've decided not to beat myself up when I miss a day. For instance, like today, it was freezing cold outside!!! High of maybe 12 degrees? I had NO desire to leave the house and seek out something fabulous, (or simply worthy,) to photograph. I stayed in my jammies ALL day. I even went outside, briefly, on the back porch in said jammies for that photo attempt I mentioned earlier. Talk about COLD... YIKES! But, I gutted my closet and dresser! 5 sacks off to Goodwill. And, I'm feeling REALLY good about that!
2. I've decided to take a trip back in time when this happens and share a post from the exact day of my first 365 project blog. 5 years to be exact....Now, let's see what Day 5 had to offer five years ago! OH, WOW, I just realized it's Thursday anyway! TBT, ya'll :D
Here's my day 5 photo from January 24, 2012. I started my project later in January that year so the dates and projects days don't match up :)
Day 5...a Lifetime of Memories
January 24, 2012 •
If only Brownie could talk!!! If I only knew how many moments in time had been captured by "Brownie"....If only I had a penny for each of the photos taken. How many birthdays would there be? Family gatherings? The fishing trips "big catch" or Christmases? Weddings and new babies arrivals?...and don't forget the picnics!!!...Wow, I could go on forever and the list of memories captured could be endless. Old, faithful Brownie caught so many of those moments that my family now treasures, neatly placed in aging photo albums for a lifetime of walks down memory lane. Mom loved her Brownie. I remember her saying many times that it took the best pictures of all!
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