We interrupt this regularly quiet Friday night to share ten moments from the day today. (If you’re looking for a recipe, might I direct you to this morning’s Brussels sprouts salad post?) My friend Sarah participated in this photo project two months ago, and, since I’m a sucker for documentation exercises of any kind (365 Photos? A Day in the Life? A Line-a-Day Journal [doing it now]?), I promptly set up a phone reminder to join in. Launched by blogger Rebekah Gough, this project involves taking photos of ten moments, one an hour, on the tenth day of each month. Other than some short descriptions, I’ll let the photos speak for themselves. You guys. There are so many moments that make up our days.
// 8 O’Clock: Sometimes when we wake up, Tim juices oranges and brings me a big glass. //
// 9 O’Clock: The kind of dark and rainy morning where the house feels dim. //
// 10 O’Clock: My cozy perch for work today. //
// 11 O’Clock: Freelancers shower late. //
// 12 O’Clock: Most of the day looks like this. //
// 1 O’Clock: Hi! //
// 2 O’Clock: Lunch is toasted Blue Dog Bakery rosemary sourdough we picked up from Louisville on the drive home Tuesday, rubbed with a clove of fresh garlic, topped with fresh basil, thin slices of tomato, balsamic vinegar, olive oil and salt. //
// 3 O’Clock: I stood on a chair to take a picture of Tim opening a package that arrived, and found I liked this photo, of the other side of the room that I noticed when I got up there, better. //
// 4 and 5 O’Clock: Date night at Silly Goose thanks to Tim’s birthday gift cards. Pictured is the beautiful afternoon sunlight that sneaked in between rainstorms and Tim’s plate of salmon. //
// 6 and 7 O’Clock: Driving through neighborhoods, using up store gift cards, watching the world turn wet all over again. //
Happy weekending, friends!