February 10, 2013

365 Day Photography Challenge ~Weeks 1, 2 and 3~

I have been having so much fun with this photography challenge! I've been doing well with keeping up and taking a picture matching the weekly theme everyday. However, getting here to post them has been another story. It seems that something always steals my time away before I get a chance to sit down and update. Hopefully, as the challenge progresses, I'll get better at posting here once a week with all the photos from the last weekly theme! For now though, I'm playing catch up from the last 3 weeks. I hope you enjoying seeing my interpretations of each week's theme and catching a glimpse of life through my (iPhone) camera.

Would you like to play along too? You can go to this link: http://www.erynnenicole.com/a365dayphotographychallenge/ to learn how to play along with us. You can also follow along here: Erynne Nicole Photgraphy @ Facebook.

~Week One: Warmth~
 I posted the first few from this week in my last post, but here are the remainder from the week.

Watching a favorite TV show with a warm blanket!
Steaming hot coffee while waiting for the kids to get out of school.
Favorite "granny" sweater.
Little man cuddled up.
Warmth for the tummy!
Liquid warmth, fast!

~Week Two: Sentiment~
This week's theme was emotional for me. I loved taking a few moments each day reminiscing on what sentimental means to me.

My mother's ring. I've worn it since the day she passed away.
A gift from my one of my children.
A craft that my daughter presented to me. My home is covered with the kids crafts.
Necklaces mt daughter made, they decorate my car.
My grandmother's glass box. I LOVE this!
A photo of my mother from 2nd grade.
A mouse that was given to me by a special friend many years ago.

~Week Three: Relaxation~
Who doesn't like to relax? It was a fun week, trying to find unique ways to express how we relax in my household.
This is an incredible way to relax :)
A beer can start the evening off right!
Daily relaxation for the pickup line at school.
Lazy night after the kids are in bed. Games on the laptop and cooking TV.
A pot of tea at my favorite tea shop? Relaxing like whoa!
Baking with my kids always relaxes.
Quiet time reading with my babygirl.

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