It was good week, with great weather (except for one weird day). I hung out at some lakes and a creek, went to a block party and a baseball game, drove up north for a wedding– pretty much what summer’s all about.
I posted 7 pics this morning. I have been behind in posting since April, and I thought time would never catch up with me, but here they are already — last week’s photos. I’ve caught my tail!
Today I’m posting photos of the day from only a couple of weeks ago. I’m almost caught up. This is progress. As a procrastinator, being this close to on-time is scary territory. But since this project is the least important of all the things in my life that I’m behind on, the bigger picture is that I’m still in my “don’t worry, I’ll get it done” groove.
Here are my photos from Week #29 of this year.
So I’ve missed 3 or 4 days this year so far, but I’m not giving up on this daily photo thing just yet. However, this week, only 6 pics.
Week #27 of my photo-a-day project takes us through that peak week of summer, when most of us take a time out, maybe cook some kind of animal on the grill, and find ourselves seeking shade and bodies of water.
It’s the time of year that makes me think of my favorite Frank Sinatra song. So sit back, open a window, close your eyes, feel the breeze, and have a listen.
“Like painted kites, those days and nights, they went flyin’ by” . . .
And now, a photo from each day of the week.
My photos from Week #25 follow at the bottom, after a poetic message from James Russell Lowell. Now is the “high tide of the year”.
“Whether we look, or whether we listen, we hear life murmur, or see it glisten”