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TWiP: a Week of Few Words

This Week in Pictures

We started last week in Cherry Hill at Philcon, and moved on to snow, Thanksgiving, and now we’re enjoying a long weekend. I haven’t got all that much to say here today – my to-do list is calling me – so let’s just let the images do the talking!

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. November’s theme is “monochrome” or some variation thereof. Black and white, sepia, split tones, basically anything goes as long as it’s super desaturated.)

Ready? Cast your mind back to this time last week…

Saturday

Instagram: Sbux is nice and all, but give me a local indie coffee shop any day. And a peanut butter cup latte for good measure.

365: BW 22/30 – Parking meter FAIL

Sunday

Instagram: Six stitches left to bind off in the sleeve and I need to start a new ball of yarn. #frustrationsinknitting

365: BW 23/30 – Geese and a gazebo.

Monday

365: BW 24/30 – It’s a red polka dot sock kind of day.

Tuesday

365: BW 25/30 – Tea and coffee. And there’s usually a canister of hot chocolate there, too, but we used it up 🙂

Instagram: With pre-made cookie dough like this, who needs homemade? (Trader Joe’s molassas ginger cookies. Mmmmm)

Wednesday

365: BW 26/30 – I’m glad I don’t have to fly anywhere for Thanksgiving.

Thursday

365: BW 27/30 – Thanksgiving dinner prep (with which I had very little to do…)

Friday

365: BW 28/30 – The view from the top of a parking garage in Hackensack, NJ.

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!

2 thoughts on “TWiP: a Week of Few Words

  1. Love your pictures. I would love the location of the pattern for that AWESOME sweater in the photo featuring the polka dot socks. :^)

    1. Sure! There are a lot of details about that sweater here. Enjoy!

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