Better late than never, as they say. March is done. Phoneography month is past. But dammit, I’m going to see this through because that’s how I roll.
5 a.m. walk
road construction=bad commute
wild dogs welcome me home
aaah . . AFV with my feet up!
this is Sabbath’s play time look
this is Barney’s supper time look
only 2879 steps left to goal
In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.
Weekly Photo Challenge: A Day in My Life – The Daily Post
These are a few of my favorite interpretations:
One Day in Zanzibar / The Human Rights Warrior
The Wish Factor
The Sprightly Walker
Jacquie Just Doing Life
Phoneography Favorites / The Daily Post
A Rainy Day of Spring / Live a Thousand Lives
A Day in the Life of Rara / Rarasaur (Yay!….Circles!)
Wind Against Current
Tricia Booker Photography
“The reason people find it so hard to be happy is that they always see the past better than it was, the present worse than it is, and the future less resolved than it will be.”
Posted for the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense
Check out more interpretations here:
This Man’s Journey
“Ask not what you can do for your country. Ask what’s for lunch.”
In my case, white beans with brown rice, tomatoes, and salsa with a half sandwich of lettuce, smoked turkey and avocado on whole wheat. I am fortunate to work close enough that I can come home at lunch, kick off my shoes for a few minutes and let the dogs out.
A far as I know, still the world’s largest snowman.