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365 Photography Project_Twenty-Second Post

Oh so late, this is NOT last week, but the week before...ooops


OUT-OF-ORDER
Monday March 7, 2011
Lauren's pastel, using black paper, of Zach Galifianakis for her art class



Sunday March 6, 2011 After sorting through all, and also getting rid of many, of my books, I put all those I still need to read in one place.


Tuesday March 9, 2011the place where we put
For Lauren
This is a cabinet your dad & I bought -- we thought it was very cool how the craftsman had taken a stock item & made it beautiful --  on our New Mexico vacation several years before your birth. Your dad put his two grandmother's rosaries on it at the get-go and pretty much from that point on, it is the place where we keep death notices and small items from anyone we know who dies. The photo in the middle is the spot in Napa Valley where our Erte's ashes were spread.


Wednesday March 9, 2011 Alex's Celtic Soup was ummmm ummmm good especially with hotdogs.


Thursday March 10, 2011 our bedroom from the other direction, the Armour holds a TV & music system plus linen storage.


Friday March 11, 2011 My Friday project was to empty out all the kitchen drawers, clean them, and reorganize them. I only got about half way done. And yes, all those pots do fit into the top drawer.


Saturday March 12, 2011 Santa Cruz's harbor when hit by waves.

Flickr for all the weeks that have come before

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secretsolitaire
Mar. 22nd, 2011 02:16 am (UTC)
That soup looks so tasty. *hungry*

I love the book shot, and the cabinet is beautiful.
gaeln
Mar. 22nd, 2011 06:02 pm (UTC)
that soup was tasty and hearty which I like.
When I was able to fill the drawer with the books I hadn't read, I was like man, I'll never NEED to buy another book ever. Good thing buying books isn't usually about need.
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gaeln
Mar. 22nd, 2011 05:59 pm (UTC)
I agree, I know now where most of my books actually are which is comforting, although it was a little disconcerting to realize how many I'd bought over the years that had never been read.
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gaeln
Mar. 24th, 2011 07:52 pm (UTC)
'Talented daughter!'
I think so, she's not always so sure.

'I love the cabinet.'
We loved it at first sight too, but weren't sure how we were going to use it, never would have imagined we'd use it this way, but it's perfect.

'The soup looks very yummy.'
It was!!!

'Amazing that the Tsunami traveled so far.'
I know, right?

'Thanks for sharing your photos.'
Thank you, as always, for taking a look.
flashfly
Mar. 23rd, 2011 04:11 am (UTC)
I have a lot of the same pots, I can't believe they all fit in the top drawer, the soup looks amazing. I love that the cabinet holds such mementos- was Erte a cat? My favorite photo is of blurry, in motion Lauren measuring so precisely.
gaeln
Mar. 24th, 2011 07:48 pm (UTC)
the pot holding capacity of these drawers is pretty amazing and the soup was very good, made with potatoes it was filling too.

Erte was our cat, she was with us for 15 years, her and Lauren grew up together and your favorite is my favorite...blurry Lauren concentrating.
pam81
Mar. 24th, 2011 08:19 am (UTC)
Great pics my dear!
Out of order is really cool!
So sad to see the last photo.. =(
Thanks for sharing!
gaeln
Mar. 24th, 2011 07:04 pm (UTC)
Yeah, I like how Lauren's head was moving, but everything else was so still. Thanks for stopping by.
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