Photo number 202. Topic = Coffee in cars.
Day 196. Topic = God shines through every part of my day.
Yes, the topic name and picture may have been a bit corny today, but it is very true. This photo is of a water mister to cool off people at the zoo. Don't stop reading there, because I can guarantee you will say "awww" next.
Was I right? This is a mamma gorilla holding it's 1 month old little baby. There was also a baby gorilla born last night and he was actually on view because the mom refused to leave her enclosure. I do not have a photo of them though, the mother was VERY protective over showing her new baby.
Over at the chimps, it seemed as if there was some bartering going on...
And a superior impression of "The Thinker" also.
Day 189. Topic = Contest!
188. Topic = My summer described in one photo.
Hey guys, so I know this summer was pretty photo-less but I am going to try to get back into the routine of posting photos again. This photo has some of the bracelets I made this summer at different camps, or while sitting on workshops. I hope you all will hope right back on my blogging expedition with me!
Day 176. Topic = Power's out.
I am a day behind today because right when I was thinking about how I needed to take a photo for that day, the power went out. This means my computer had no power, we had no internet, and to top it off, it was getting pretty dark outside. In my house, we are all Star Wars obsessed people. Therefore, we own PLENTY of light sabers. My brothers grabbed theirs and proceeded to fight up and down the hallway.
My whole family the went outside for a while with sparklers (that were bought last year for 4th of July but forgotten about and were ironically remembered last week) and as you can tell, we loved them.
I had attempted to write my name in the grass with the sparklers but that idea did not work so well. I still got a awesome photo, though!
166. Topic = First camp of the summer.
I only have internet today and tomorrow so lets make the best of it! In this photo, I am pretty much showing off what I was given at camp. At this camp I was actually a counselor's assistant for a bunch of great 7 to 8 year old girls. In the background, you can see some birthday cards. It is not my birthday yet, but the second these girls heard my birthday was next month, they all made me cards! The main thing that you see in the photo is my armful of bracelets. I made them all, some at home and some at camp, but one was made for me by my sweet little camper! I had a blast, and I will be back at a camp on Monday!