I’m starting to see the change of seasons in my everyday life, from the warm harvest gold of the fine-gauge sweater I throw over my shoulders these nippy mornings, to my leafy pajamas and the actual leaves underfoot on the path at the park.
I enjoy September. The early and late hours are full of cozy indulgences like handknit sweaters and store-bought coffees, while the afternoons are still Summer-like, pleasant, and perfectly-suited to driving with the windows down and the music cranked up.
This was a really good week for family fun and Autumn weather. Yay, September!
So, what is This Week in Pictures?
It’s a roundup of the photos I shot for my Project 365, plus some everyday-life images I posted on Instagram during the previous week. (FYI, my daily photo project this year has changing monthly themes. For September it’s simple: mugs. A month of my morning coffee and other delicious drinks.)
Ready? Cast your mind back to this time last week…
365: Mugs 20/30 – We’re celebrating Dad’s 70th today. Some assembly required.
365: Mugs 21/30 – I always love that sunday-after-a-party, photo-processing day.
365: Mugs 22/30 – Sunflower update: still here, still really need to do something about them, even more bedraggled than before: http://ift.tt/1v8tTw6
365: Mugs 23/30 – I got the kids off to school bright and early, but now I’m having trouble getting going. I suspect being horizontal is not helping.
365: Mugs 24/30 – I went to write my to-do list for the day, and discovered that the "chalk" pen I used yesterday doesn’t wash off with water like my others. Meyer’s Clean Day (Honeysuckle scent) + elbow grease to the rescue!
365: Mugs 25/30 – It’s a rainy Fall morning. The kids are off from school. One is sleeping, one is playing video games, and I am doing my usual photo-editing-over-breakfast thing.
365: Mugs 26/30 – This morning’s coffee break came complete with almond butter cookies and an Autumnal cloth napkin.
Thanks for taking a peek at this week’s photos! If you want to see this stuff as it happens, please feel free to follow me on Flickr.
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!