I'm feeling sorry for myself after the dentist. And it's the morning after a fast day so I'm huuuungry but I can't eat otherwise, and I quote "You will break your fillings!" OK OK. Not feeling that sorry just yet though as, since my face is still numb, I have no pain. I can 'feel' it (that tingly feeling) in my eye. What's up with that?!
Anyway. So, I thought I would take the opportunity with my day off work (quite glad I booked the whole day off now) to bring you the first monthly recap of my Project365; April 2013. I'm not really sure how to go about this but I'm hoping if I just start, it will work itself out...
Er... yeah. Do you really want me to talk about them? Do you really care? I'm not even sure I do! Ha. Do I do that in order? In themes? Not all of them need talking about surely? I'm over-thinking this, right?
The photos begin in San Francisco, where I went for work and then a holiday. There's some photographic evidence of my embarkment on The Fast Diet and healthy eating. Back to blogging.
The lovely American chocolate I took into work, including Ghirardelli. Lush. A trip to the garden centre followed by the desk plant I picked up there and the hanging baskets my housemate and I updated. The tasty fruit teas for staving off 5:2 diet hunger.
My new purchase of Adobe Lightroom :D and a reminder to stop overanalysing as I have a tendency to do. Sunny mornings from my bedroom window and just one set of the fruit earrings I own. Finally, sunny days in Bristol close to work and home.
A gift from a work friend (I draw faces on fruit sometimes and he thought this orange was a good candidate). My ticket for the Dot to Dot Festival in Bristol for the last weekend in May. The yummy Sailor Jerry's rum in took to a friends housewarming party and a long overdue evening of immersing myself in some great music. My Sunday evening in with Henry.
Last two: Dana my Dinosaur Desk Defender who you may recognise, and a purdy pink glass jar I saw and immediately wanted to buy, despite not knowing what to put in it. I didn't buy it.
Are you undertaking a Project365? Or perhaps you're thinking of doing one? There are lots of ways to go about it and you will find a plethora of tools and advice on the internet. There's the 365project website, 11 tips for completing a Project 365 or the Project365 Flickr group. You can get prompts, CaptureYour365 for example, or just freestyle. And there are apps for iPhone and Android. Just go with it!