Friday, July 29, 2011

Day #29 - Quiet Time

Day # 28 Make Up - Thursday Lunch at Aunt Brenda's

Friday, July 22, 2011

Day #22 - Name Day Akathist

Okay, so yes, recently I haven't been very dedicated to "a photo a day." Hope to change this soon.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Day #17 - Golden Reflections

Make Up Days #15 & 16

Day # 15 - Hailstorms

Day # 16 - The Making of Bread

Absence - Make up for Day 13 & 14

Though I have indeed neglected my "blogger duties," and commitments over the past few days, the act of giving thanks has not been neglected. To compensate for my cyber idleness, I will post multiple photos this time around.

Day #13 - Summer Produce

Day #14 - Birthday Festivities (And the things surrounding that bring me great joy.)

A Birthday Crown

Sipping Warm Coffee in a New Mug       Birthday Breakfast Prepared by my Mother

Homemade Cards & Thoughtful Gifts

Evening Outing with my Family

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Day #6 - Youthful Faces

So today I am slightly cheating -- I actually took this photo several days ago. None-the-less, youthful faces are indeed something that brings me great joy. Thus, I post.

Monday, July 4, 2011

Day #4 - The 4th Celebrations

For this day, I post two pictures, and give thanks for more than two things.

-Little Monkey Crossing the Monkey Bars

- Crackle and Pop of Fireworks

Friday, July 1, 2011

Day #1 - Wet Noses & Sad Eyes

Eucharistic Endeavors - A Summer Project.

Molly Sabourin, a brilliant blogger that I follow, and Ann Voskamp, a brilliant author, have inspired me. Molly Sabourin has begun to publish a photo to her blog, "Close to Home," everyday, for 365 days. Ann Voskamp, as she relayed in her book, "One Thousand Gifts", mindfully wrote out, and gave thanks for 1,000 things. I, being far less ambitious and talented than either of these ladies, have decided to commence similar attempts, with a twist. I will modify by relaying my thanksgiving through image, as well as limit to a photo everyday -- until I journey out to being school at the end of August. I cannot guarantee daily images that are pleasing to the eye, but only time will tell. My purpose in this is two-fold: to train, experiment, and cultivate an artistic nature, as well as to capture beauty, and transform these things into a lasting likeness, and continual reminder of God's good graces. I entitle this project "Eucharistic Endeavors," - attempts at thanksgiving.