Project Everyday – January Part 1

I have started a project I am naming “Project Everyday” as a challenge for myself. There are lots of challenges out there to take images every single day on our nice cameras, but I know there is no way I would be able to keep up with it. Instead, I’m just photographing the everyday activities that make up my life and documenting them. Sometimes I don’t have my nice camera with me and I have to settle for my phone, but I am trying to focus on using my nice camera as much as possible. So, here is the update for the first half of January:

Of course I have been knitting and spinning. I finished my first yarn that was given to me by my sister, and I have started a new braid. I also got my order of yarn from Craftsy, so I am dreaming of a Lopi sweater called Skokkur in a beautiful purple and teal combination.

(Left) My dad snuggling with three of my kiddos while watching a movie. (right) Miss C and her best friend played in the snow for hours building a snowman. I love that they have had each other since they were babies.

(Left) My dad snuggling with three of my kiddos while watching a movie. (right) Miss C and her best friend played in the snow for hours building a snowman. I love that they have had each other since they were babies.

I took a class from Fancy Tiger Crafts with my friend, Kate, about cleaning and maintaining sewing machines. We took them completely apart, oiled them, filed down the rough areas, and put them back together. I learned so much!

I took a class from Fancy Tiger Crafts with my friend, Kate, about cleaning and maintaining sewing machines. We took them completely apart, oiled them, filed down the rough areas, and put them back together. I learned so much!

This little man always says “hot” before he puts a bit in his mouth. Usually he won’t eat anything until I have blown on it sufficiently.

Have you challenged yourself in photography this year? Tell me all about it! Be sure to leave a link to your blog or site!

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