Project 365 - Week 3

I'm going to try a slightly different format for sharing my Project 365 photos. It'll still be weekly, but I'm not really a fan of the slideshow format I used in weeks 1 and 2. I also don't want to force people to hover over an image to see the theme. I think a caption will work better. It also gives me more space to comment on each picture, because, even though a good photograph should be strong enough to speak for itself, sometimes I like to share what I was thinking at the time.

Day 15 - Jan 15: Dreaming. Either the ball is dreaming of having a little boy or girl to play with, or the kids are dreaming of nicer weather so they can get outside to play. Either way, I'm in total agreement!

Day 15 - Jan 15: Dreaming. Either the ball is dreaming of having a little boy or girl to play with, or the kids are dreaming of nicer weather so they can get outside to play. Either way, I'm in total agreement!

Day 16 - Jan 16: Free Theme Friday. Cherries and Cream...mmmm!

Day 16 - Jan 16: Free Theme Friday. Cherries and Cream...mmmm!

Day 17 - Jan 17: Soft. My daughter's old baby blanket and bear.

Day 17 - Jan 17: Soft. My daughter's old baby blanket and bear.

Day 18 - Jan 18: Hard. The New York Times Sunday crossword…in ink. Doesn’t get much harder than that!

Day 18 - Jan 18: Hard. The New York Times Sunday crossword…in ink. Doesn’t get much harder than that!

Day 19 - Jan 19: Motivation. MLK motivated an entire nation to rethink their views on discrimination. My daughter has the day off from school, so it's the perfect opportunity to teach her why we celebrate the man today.

Day 19 - Jan 19: Motivation. MLK motivated an entire nation to rethink their views on discrimination. My daughter has the day off from school, so it's the perfect opportunity to teach her why we celebrate the man today.

Day 20 - Jan 20: Whimsical. This was an experiment. My daughter certainly had fun helping me with it! I used seamless backdrop paper and let her go nuts with (washable!) finger paints. We both enjoyed ourselves, but I don’t think it’s something I’ll want to attempt too often!

Day 20 - Jan 20: Whimsical. This was an experiment. My daughter certainly had fun helping me with it! I used seamless backdrop paper and let her go nuts with (washable!) finger paints. We both enjoyed ourselves, but I don’t think it’s something I’ll want to attempt too often!

Day 21 - Jan 21: Bright. My daughter got this toy from StoryLand in New Hampshire a couple of years ago. With all the abuse it’s gotten between her and her little brother, I can’t believe it still works!

Day 21 - Jan 21: Bright. My daughter got this toy from StoryLand in New Hampshire a couple of years ago. With all the abuse it’s gotten between her and her little brother, I can’t believe it still works!