Day 6 – Every Little Thing

This prompt was actually for yesterday, and it said, “Begin this day with eyes wide open to the tiny wonders that are constantly swirling all around you. Even at the most ordinary time of day, while doing the most mundane … Continue reading

Day Four

The “Picture the Holidays” prompt for today encouraged us to find the “key” to helping our soul slow down and savor the season. We all have at least one magic remedy that no matter what, will give us the perspective … Continue reading


taken 1.30.11 with an iPhone 4 (processed with Instagram)

What time is it you say?  It is time to see nothing but a sea of cardboard boxes.  It is time to feel like the packing will never end.  It is time to make such proclamations such as, “I am NEVER moving again!!!”, or “Why did I buy this in the first place”, or “The brain, it is dead”.

In the next few days I will try my best to document the move to a new house (and keep up with the 365 project) with my iPhone, but I am not even going to try and think I am going to be shooting any artsy-fartsy photos in the near future.  I mean, it just took me five tries to even spell the word “artsy-fartsy”.  I don’t know if this even makes any sense.

Toodles, and wish us luck!


I’m having fun with the “Picture Winter” class so far!!

Today the prompt was for things that are “cracked”, and in the email there was this Leonard Cohen quote, which I love:

“Everything has cracks in it. It’s how the light gets in.”

I took this image of the cracks between the piano keys.

taken 1.6.11