Having only been back at the work gig for a week, is it too early to say that the weekends are too short? Probably wouldn’t seem that way if I wasn’t stressing over school already; have I mentioned how much I really don’t get along with math? Even the easy stuff. But I’m plugging along, trying to get a tiny bit ahead so when the real workload kicks in in the other classes, I won’t be totally overwhelmed.
But, enough of that. I have to go in to work a bit early tomorrow (yeah, after only one week!), and I need to get to bed soon, so let’s take a look at this week’s pictures. I have to say, I’m not particularly thrilled with some of them, but it was fun to be looking around to take a picture every day again. Thanks to Chantelle for the prompts.
Prompt: A moment. I went out for a short walk, and over the crunch of the gravel, I heard singing. Looking around, I saw this little guy. Of course I had to stop to watch and listen for a minute.
Prompt: On my table. This is what’s on my school table today—and probably every day for the next couple of months. I mentioned that I’m not really a fan, right?
Prompt: After dark. Apparently not too many people want to spend their summer weeknights at school. The place is like a ghost town.
Prompt: Environment. Part of our new backyard environment after last week’s storm knocked this poor old thing to its knees.
Prompt: Transport. I think the picture speaks for itself in terms of the daily prompt, but Brian is not only a car guy in general, but a Chevelle guy in particular. I thought he’d appreciate this.
Prompt: Bright. The final moments of brightness before night claims the sky.
Prompt: An animal. This is Dreamsicle, one of our kittens.
And that’s a wrap on my first full week of photo a day. Fun times. Let’s see what’s next.