We have come to the final set of photos in this project. It has been such a fun year! I already miss going out looking for my shot of the week. But not to worry–Dru and I are already hatching a plan for our 2015 photo project! Meanwhile, here’s my final “Days” photo, December 29th, […]
Not surprisingly, Dru and I both chose Christmas Day for our photos this week. Here’s mine, direct from sunny California: And Dru’s, straight from…well, straight from the land of awesomeness!!
There was no way I could resist choosing December 15th, “Cat Herders’ Day” this week, as herding the office cats happens to be part of my job description at work. (This isn’t the best quality photo, but it is an actual shot of said cat herding in action. This is Oliver at lunch time.) […]
This week I chose December 14th, “World Candle Lighting Day”: Dru took this absolutely stunning photo for December 11th, “International Mountain Day”:
I looked no further when I saw that Saint Nicholas Day (December 6th) was this week…because I happen to live on a street with that name. It came as no surprise that Dru chose to celebrate one of his very favorite days of the year, December 5th, “Repeal Day”:
Dru and I both celebrated non-traditional shopping choices with this week’s photos. My photo is of the Folk Music Center in beautiful Claremont, CA to celebrate November 29th, “Small Business Saturday”. Dru did a double photo this time: Protesters outside the mall for Black Friday and his haul from “Record Store Day”(November 28th).
This week I enlisted my handsome guy, Marcel, to pose for November 17th, “National Black Cat Day”. Dru celebrated his lovely wife’s profession with November 19th, “GIS [for those not in the know, Geographic Information System] Day”.
This was definitely one of those “Why is there a day for this?!” weeks for me. But there is, and so, may I present: November 10th – “Area Code Day” Dru offered this fantastic photo for November 11th, Veterans Day:
This photo seemed appropriate for November 4th, U.S. Election Day: Dru went with November 8th, “X-ray Day”: (In case you can’t tell, that’s his wife’s wedding ring inside of their cat.)
For this week’s photo, I went with good old Halloween: We have an incredibly sad and touching one from Dru this week. He chose Dia de los Muertos to honor his recently deceased kitty, Niko: