Welcome to Sunday! It’s been a pretty low-key week for me, mostly just hanging out, feeling whatever I was feeling, and getting myself mentally prepared to begin school next week.
Now that the weekend is winding down, it’s time for the weekly round up of pictures recently known as Snapshot Sunday, so let’s get to it, shall we?
First, the daily entries for Photo A Day:
Prompt: Spoon. The spoon here is pretty ordinary, but what it’s in? Skinny Cow ice cream is yummy!
Prompt: Simple. There is nothing simpler than some chocolate chip cookies made from ready to go cookie dough. Not much better, either.
Prompt: Ready. Dinner is ready. I had intended to shoot the casserole dish full of the chicken breasts all nice and juicy out of the oven, but dinner was late that night, and I was in a hurry to get it dished up—almost forgot to snap a picture at all!
Prompt: Inside. Inside the theater yesterday, waiting to see The Odd Life of Timothy Green. I thought it was really good.
Fun, as always, deciding what to use for the daily prompts. If you want to join in the fun, be sure to check out Fat Mum Slim.
As for the rest of the week . . .
This past weekend brought the annual Perseids meteor shower. I set my alarm for about 3:00 Sunday morning, only to go outside and find the sky covered in clouds. I’d been out about five minutes when it actually started to rain. It didn’t rain hard or long, but there was no point in waiting it out, because the clouds stayed behind. I called it a night.
I tried it again Sunday night/Monday morning with better luck. Clear skies and not a drop of rain. However, I did discover I have neither the skills nor the equipment to photograph shooting stars that could appear from any direction and at any time. Still, it was a beautiful night, and I saw 22 of the meteors while I was out there.
The area of our yard I like to call the “bird resort” is still a popular photo object for me, especially when the cardinals come to visit.
And, finally, to end the week, some much-needed rain.
What did your week look like? Tell me all about it in the comments.