Project 365: Days 151-157

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Well, I haven’t quit. In fact, I’m quite pleased with a lot of this week’s photos. At times it still felt like a chore to take one, but I think the end results are satisfactory this week, so I’m not going to complain or give up just yet.

Fun Home by Alison Bechdel151/365: I got Fun Home on one of my first library trips in a long time a few weeks ago and finally got to reading it last week. I absolutely loved it: the honesty, the rawness, and the art style all worked together to present this amazing story from Alison Bechdel’s life. Would recommend.

pink flower152/365: One of the last pink flowers in our yard, aside from the giant blooming bushes out back that are slowly turning brown. I’m hoping we start getting roses soon, but I’m not feeling confident about them this year. I’m not sure why.

white flowers153/365: I did spot these white ones near the clothesline one day when I took Lexi out, and I kind of fell in love with them. I don’t know what they are (just like most of the other flowers around our house), but I love the delicateness to them and was really pleased to get a photo before they end up dying too.

Connecticut River view from Fort Dummer, VT154/365: On Saturday, Dan and I went on our fourth hike of the year (already!), to Fort Dummer in Vermont. We actually ended up doing two trails because they were both so quick and easy, and this was the view on the “sunrise trail,” looking out over the Connecticut River.

seven layer bars155/365: My mom spent the weekend to go see Wonder Woman, and somehow I got roped into making her seven layer bars. I’m honestly not sure how it happened. I think she just asked when we were visiting on Memorial Day and I said, “Yeah, sure.” Either way, they were delicious as usual. I used this seven layer bar recipe, if you’re wondering.

The Nocturnal Reader's Box156/365: I got my first Nocturnal Reader’s Box this week! I’m planning on doing a little review post about it next week, so I haven’t been sharing too much about it, but rest assured I was ecstatic when it arrived (especially given how long my Horror Block is taking).

The Princess Diaries by Meg Cabot157/365: I’m taking part in #ReadWomenMonth over on Instagram, and today’s prompt for the photo challenge was “Book that makes you laugh.” I realized I don’t have that many comedic books on my shelves, but this was one that did stand out to me. I really love The Princess Diaries, and hopefully I’ll own the entire series someday so I can actually finish reading it!

June 7, 2017
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  • Kay

    Lovely pics! I especially love the two flower pics; selective focus makes my heart happy. 🙂

    • Me too! I think it’s why I like plant photography the best.

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