Project 365: The Outtakes (Days 36-42)

Day 36: I had to make myself find something to photograph, as I had two sick, snotty children who were not amused at my photography attempts. I liked the conversation hearts picture though, I thought it turned out okay.

Day 37: Superbowl Sunday. I stayed at home and took care of sick kids, so . . . → Read More: Project 365: The Outtakes (Days 36-42)

Camera Gear

I am often asked, “What kind of camera equipment do you have?” So I thought it might be fun to put a polyvore collection together to show you my camera gear.

I think this will be when the velvet rope comes down, the curtain falls, and all of those other horrible cliches are put . . . → Read More: Camera Gear

Wordless Wednesday: “That girl is all about the ass…”

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Zucchini Bread: Wherein I learn to ask my friends before making things.

I bought some zucchini. It was on sale. I thought “Oh, I can sautee it up, it will be great.”

Then I was told how some people in my house were not huge fans of sauteed zucchini. Since I’ve never fried it, or didn’t really know of a good raw application, I got the . . . → Read More: Zucchini Bread: Wherein I learn to ask my friends before making things.

Project 365: The Outtakes (Days 29-35)

Day 29: We were lazy, so we didn’t do much until the afternoon, when we went out around town. I ultimately went with Cavalia because it was different and I wanted to make sure I was doing more than just pictures of the girls. I did, however take some of Olivia playing Super Mario . . . → Read More: Project 365: The Outtakes (Days 29-35)

A note about photography

I’m about to share with you my biggest pet peeve when it comes to photography. If you’ve ever been guilty of said pet peeve, do not feel badly or think I secretly hate you (I don’t! I promise!). I think a lot of it boils down to ignorance. People just don’t know any better.

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Kid-friendly “Sushi”

My kids love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. If I let them, they would eat it for every single meal.

I don’t know where I originally read about PB&J sushi, but it stuck in the back of my mind, so one day I made it on a whim. Needless to say, it was extremely . . . → Read More: Kid-friendly “Sushi”

Wordless Wednesday: “He is so much cooler than our dads”

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Project 365: The Outtakes (Days 22-28)

Day 22: We went to Costco. Bill liked the way the pallets looked, so I took a few pictures of them, I liked the way Olivia & Sophia’s feet looked, so I took pictures of them (and used one of them for Wordless Wednesday). But ultimately, the sign won. It just made . . . → Read More: Project 365: The Outtakes (Days 22-28)

Wordless Wednesday: “Sticky shoes, sticky shoes…Always make me smile”

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