This is a Day in the Life photo project showing photos from our whole day. I also did one last year (omg almost exactly a year ago!), as well as one from 2011, when Homer was a baby. I always have a hard time not putting hundreds of pictures in one of these things. I kept it to a mere 43 this time around!
I think this counts as a pretty typical day for us. Homer and I tend to have two types of days during the week. One is the staying-home, and/or cleaning and/or errands type of day. The other is the going out to fun parks, play dates, or some kind of other fun outing. This is probably more in the former category.
One last note; it only occurred to me after all was said and done that I didn’t snap any pics of Joe. He’s a big part of our day, but he is often pantsless while indoors, so doesn’t care to be photographed, and it’s hard to blame him, really! So next time around, my goals are: more Joe pics, and to use my Canon instead of my phone camera.
Enjoy, and thanks for sharing our day with us!
Tails always bombards me with love and affection in the morning. Sometimes he drools on me, he’s so excited to see me! We often let him sleep with us, but I have to kick him out of the room around 4am when he starts climbing all over me and steps on my CPAP machine’s power button! (sigh) He follows me as I go from room to room getting things ready for the day. He’ll even jump into my arms most days. He’s super funny and one of the most social cats I’ve ever known!
Not pictured: Actually getting out the door at 9:45am, dropping Joe off at work, and the drive to the pharmacy. When we got there, I unbuckled this sweet boy and snapped a pic of him right before we went inside to pick up Joe’s blood glucose monitoring kit.
Then, though I intended to get up again, I fell asleep at 10pm, which is early for my crazy night owl self. I conked out reading the new novel by Kazuo Ishiguro, The Buried Giant, which is already wonderfully captivating! A peaceful end to a pretty cool day.
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This has been a prompt from the Catch the Moment group. I’m happy to be part of it, and see glimpses into other peoples’ days too. Have you ever done a DITL photo project? Comment with the link, I’d love to see it! Thanks for coming by!