Well, I have to admit even I am surprised at just how quickly I abandoned Project 366. It lasted maybe 5 days, if you count how many days I took photos that I didn’t upload. No, I swear, I don’t have commitment issues. (Well, maybe I do, but not that kind.) I found it to be too much of a hassle to take the picture, connect the camera to my computer, dump the photos, identify the ones for the project, upload them to the blog, etc. Maybe I’ll try again when I am more technologically advanced so that the process becomes simpler.
At any rate, I did take pictures of one of “life’s little moments” this weekend. I don’t know what’s up with the winter weather this year (in other words, the lack of it) but I am definitely not complaining! On Sunday afternoon we were blessed with some gorgeous sunny weather. The girls and I abandoned indoor pursuits to enjoy several hours in the yard.
For some reason, one of the things we did was hair styling. Right there in the front yard, they sat me down on the damp grass and started giving me new hairstyles. So then I had the bright idea of braiding their hair together. It was a riot when they tried to get up and walk around the yard (very carefully!!).
But the most fun we had, at least before their grandmother arrived to play with them, was making chalk people. We used sidewalk chalk to outline each other’s shadows on the driveway.
Then we “dressed” the chalk people.
It was good, simple fun.