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Photoblog

12.11.2019

12.11

I’m enjoying the late evening lighting, in my office, as I wind down for the day.

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Photoblog

12.10.2019

12.10

Me: Ok, I’m gonna slow it down and eat healthier for the rest of the week.

Also me: Chili verde mini chimichangas? Yes please!

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Photoblog

12.9.2019

12.9

I have been thinking a lot, lately, about the digital photography “trend” of upgrading cameras, just as you would with computers and smartphones. And that led me to a broader consideration of how much we tend to not use things to their fullest potential (lifespan).

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Photoblog

12.8.2019

12.8

During our walk I took to noticing streaks of sunlight making its way through trees and buildings, and seeing how it reached the ground. That, and I was constantly watching the ground for fear of stepping/tripping on anything.

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Photoblog

12.7.2019

12.7

A break in the rain means an escape for this flock, and lucky timing for my camera and I.

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Photoblog

12.6.2019

12.6

I had forgotten about this Lego ornament. I can’t even recall how long we have had it, only that it came free with an order for a gift one year.

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Photoblog

12.5.2019

12.5

On these cooler evenings, this provided much needed warmth and comfort. It simmered in the slow-cooker all day; nice and easy.

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Photoblog

12.4.2019

My office mate does nothing but steal my chair to stare out the window.

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Photoblog

12.3.2019

12.3

The sun was out so I opted to sit on the patio for this conference call. I liked the way the sunlight was hitting the succulent pot, and how there was still some rain water stuck between the leaves.

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Photoblog

12.2.2019

12.2

I snuck away from my desk for a midday walk and stumbled upon this at a local park. I wish I had a basketball with me. Looks like fun!

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Photoblog

12.1.2019

12.1

The house, now decorated for the Christmas holiday, feels cozy and, well… like home.

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Music & Media

A Christmas Duel

It’s December! Time to break out one of my favorite Christmas songs. 

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30 Days of Gratitude

30 Days of Gratitude: Day 30

Write yourself a thank you note.

Dear me,

Thank you for seeing all 30 Days of Gratitude though. I’m not sure what result you wanted, or expected, from doing this but, I’m happy that it has helped to change your perspective on how you spend your time and attention.

I hope that you use this momentum to continue being more thoughtful and intentional in what you do from day to day.

Thank you.


The “30 Days of Gratitude challenge” prompts are from Screen/Life Balance and author Catherine Price.

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30 Days of Gratitude

30 Days of Gratitude: Day 29

Three good things.

I’m grateful for family, and for the way that they’re always there even during times when we aren’t physically together. I’m grateful for the way that all of us, in our family, have such different personalities and perspectives and paths that we’re following.

I’m grateful for our home, with a solid roof and a good heater to keep us warm as it grows colder (and starts to rain) outside. I’m grateful that I am in a place to be able to afford and have a home.

I’m grateful for the many different ways I have to keep learning new things, having spent most of the day reading and watching Youtube videos to sharpen some programming skills in Python.


This prompt will repeat several times throughout this challenge.

The “30 Days of Gratitude challenge” prompts are from Screen/Life Balance and author Catherine Price.