Call me weird or crazy or whatever, but I really can’t get enough of photographing little vignettes around the house. At the most random of times I’ll shout to one of the kids or Shannon, “Can you bring me the camera? NOW!” Usually it’s when the light is hitting perfectly, but sometimes it’s when the messes
The weekend before Thanksgiving we headed to Richmond, Virginia (RVA, to the cool kids) for a big statewide soccer tournament Bri played in. Kind of. I mean, heading down there for the weekend was the plan. What actually had happened was… A few days before the weekend I changed our Friday and Saturday night room reservation to just Saturday night. Richmond
I don’t “do” holidays, especially ones that revolve around food and family, because I’m not really into either of those things. So every year for Thanksgiving we* (*me and the kids (because RJ always works (and Shannon has never before been able to join us))) just do something simple at home: Tacos, Dominos and football. This
LOOK. I have way too many photos to choose from for Project Life for last week and only about 0.00000001% of the ones I wanted to put in last week’s layout ended up in it, so you’re just gonna have to deal with a couple of halfway useless posts this week – or just this one.
Last Friday I chaperoned Emma’s class’s trip to the pumpkin patch. It was…interesting. Let’s roll with that. Not bad – at all – but definitely interesting.