I randomly decided to partake in this month's July Photo a Day Challenge. What's funny is, you would think that the purpose of the Photo a Day challenge is to remember what you did each day, but none of the photos even remotely capture the big moments of the month:
Dan got into a car accident (he'll live)
Buying a second new car in four months (ugh!)
Roadtrip to San Antonio
So, I guess what I am trying to say is please don't think I sit around all day drinking coffee and reading books (although that would be delightful). For me, the challenge is less about capturing the most important moment of the day, but rather using the right portion of my brain that gets neglected in the doc review and the report writing of my mundane daily life.
So, without further adieu...
Late night self portrait
Busy at work!
My morning coffee is often the best part of my day
Fun lunch of cheese fries at Snuffers!
Poor little guy, always having to look up from his view on the floor
Love enjoying a cocktail in this chair
Rose from my garden
Skipped lunch to make room for jambalaya for dinner
A big coffee was necessary to make it through the day
My favorite color is red, and I often write with this pen just because it makes me happy
A letter from Austin (telling me to pay my bar dues, lame)
The texture of my wallet
wide open spaces
Buildings on my book
Finger is a dumb prompt, but a cupcake makes this photo better!
I saw the sign
My favorite animal
9 o'clock involves me reading my book in bed!
Upside down view of all my new shoes
My vanity mirror
heart on my new Emily Giffin novel
No sunshine in Texas