I came to a decision this week about my Project 365 theme of “Words.” I had such grand plans with this theme – I envisioned myself seeking out profound commentary in street signs and found phrases. The reality was more along the lines of this: I’d come home from work with little-to-no light left, and quickly snap a shot of anything I could find around the house that had words on it.
Maybe this would have gotten better in the summer when the light was more plentiful, and I ventured out of the house and the office more, but I’ve already lost too much enthusiasm to give it a chance.
So. Starting this week, I’m going to keep my eye out for intriguing words, but if I see something else that I find more appealing, I’m going to shoot that instead. Seven days in, and I’m already much happier.
So, what is This Week in Pictures?
It’s a roundup of the photos I shot for Project 365 (the unofficial, when-I-feel-like-it theme for 2017 is “words”), plus some snapshots I posted on Instagram during the previous week.
Ready? Cast your mind back to this time last week…
365 📱: 2017 112/365 – There are Rs of many shapes, sizes, and colors at the ol’ Rodriguez homestead. [Taken at my parents’ house.]
Instagram 📱: I started my #pdcvernalpool sweater again, this time with a new design and a tweaked color palette. The motifs take up several fewer rounds each, and I’ve removed the two shades of Gray and replaced them with another green and another aqua. I’m about 2/3 through the yoke and already am much happier than I was with my previous attempt. And how great is it to have a whole #lazysunday to work on it? Super great. I may even finish this yoke today 😊
365 📷: 2017 113/365 – Lazy Sunday knitting, and the late afternoon sunlight creeps across the bed.
Instagram 📱: Ooh, I am glad I started over with this. I really like this so much better than the last version 😊
365 📷: 2017 114/365 – This is just a guess, but I’d say maybe Eamonn’s seasonal allergies have kicked in…
365 📷: 2017 115//365 – I want a background for my desktop at work that’s not so busy that it fights with the icons, but is not as boring as a solid color. So I took this very out-of-focus picture of my current knitting project, and tweaked the colors a little bit in lightroom. I think this will do nicely.
365 📷: 2017 116/365 – I thought it would be prudent to try it on this time, *before* I go to the trouble of knitting the entire body. The fit is perfect so far. Phew! (P.S. Hi there!)
Instagram 📱: We always eat so healthily when @clarkesworld isn’t home…
365 📱: 2017 117/365 – I picked Aidan up early from school on my lunch hour, and took him back to work with me for the afternoon for Take Your Kid to Work Day. I loved these tulips I saw on the school grounds, so I had to stop and take their picture, of course 🙂 [Taken at Aidan’s school.]
Instagram 📱: TFW your coaster coordinates with your vintage sheet shirt. 💓 [Taken at work.]
Instagram 📱: Lunch hour outdoor #knitting FTW! 🌞 [Taken at work.]
365 📱: 2017 118/365 – Sometimes I remember just as I’m climbing into bed, that I forgot to take a 365 picture. This is not an ideal situation, but it beats remembering it the following morning when it’s too late to do anything about it 😉
I may already have plans to blog about some of these things in greater detail over the coming week, but be sure to leave a comment if there’s something in particular you want to know about!