Three hundred and thirty-eight

Welcome to A Photograph A Day month

The last month!  I can’t believe it’s almost been a year since I started this project!  And what a crazy year it has been.  Through lots of ups and downs we’ve made it to the month chosen by you, the reader.  You chose that I take a photograph a day, post it, tell the story behind it, and work the photos into a little recap of certain events from the past year.

I’m still figuring out exactly how I’m going to structure this.  I was originally thinking of working on photos in a chronological order from extreme couponing to poverty line, but I think I’d rather be inspired and post what strikes me as important on the day.  I’d like to add anecdotes and perhaps some stories I didn’t write about on the blog because they seemed too personal at the time, but now that time has passed I feel like I can share them.  I’m also going to try to work in those things that I didn’t get a chance to do during the months, but wanted to (ie. stand-up comedy for out of my comfort zone month – yes, Peter and Chris, I will be doing this still!).  As this topic was chosen by you, if you have anything you’d like to see be part of this month, please comment and let me know.

“I’m blogging this.”

Without further ado, my first photo.  I thought this was appropriate as a beginning to this month, and a representation of some of the struggle I went through this year balancing blogging (and trying to share as much as possible) with deciding what I should keep personal (for my own sake, or for other people in my life’s sake).  Sometimes my decisions in this regard worked out better than other times…

(Oh, and the underwear were a Christmas gift from my friend Meredith.  Thanks Mere!)

 

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