How do people do 365-day photography challenges? 19 days has stretchhhhhhhed my creativity and excitement.
I feel pretty much done here, folks. But I somehow feel I’m on the team, and can’t let the team down.
When I got married, my husband brought prehistoric plants from his mother to our home. When we had a bunch of little kids, I forgot to water them, and they started dying. He finally took them to the shop, where they thrive on little more than wood dust. ( The story is much longer, like when he asked me if I was killing them on purpose, but I won’t bore you with the rest.)
Several years ago, my friend told me succulents were hardy (and oh, so cute!). I bought some on clearance one summer, and they aren’t exactly thriving, but they ain’t dead, neither.
As the sun quickly descended this afternoon, I realized I hadn’t taken a picture today for the DPP. I picked up my camera and looked at my options: sun was glinting off the back of a nutcracker; Maddie had just sat down with her tea, raisins and a clementine; or, I could head outside in the 5 degree weather.
This is what I love about the photo project: the hunt for beauty. My soul feels revived as I search and find the beautiful breadcrumbs God has left to lead us to himself.