293/366 :: Wednesday 21 October 2020
had to get a few new books from the local bookstore. (:
294/366 :: Thursday 22 October 2020
rainy, cloudy days.
295/366 :: Friday 23 October 2020
296/366 :: Saturday 24 October 2020
how is this plant growing so much?
297/366 :: Sunday 25 October 2020
Pillow Thoughts III: Stitching the Soul by Courtney Peppernell
298/366 :: Monday 26 October 2020
a vintage postcard from the Netherlands and a new sweater.
299/366 :: Tuesday 27 October 2020
I was a little too late for the leaves I wanted.
286/366 :: Wednesday 14 October 2020
so I finally got my very own Frenchie.
287/366 :: Thursday 15 October 2020
wishing I would've taken more time this fall to go out and take photos. it seems like October went by so quickly.
288/366 :: Friday 16 October 2020
oops, I bought some more poetry books.
289/366 :: Saturday 17 October 2020
I love that this dog on my socks is wearing socks. also I didn't realize until my second batch of edits that it's a mirror image instead of being perfectly symmetrical.
290/366 :: Sunday 18 October 2020
I am always spilling everything on my shoes at work. depending on the job, it's been paint, bleach, coffee... pretty sure I spilled (part of) a caramel macchiato on these after taking this photo. I have a really cute pair of vintage floral Converse, but I'm too scared to wear them to work because I know that I'll spill something on them as soon as I do.
291/366 :: Monday 19 October 2020
292/366 :: Tuesday 20 October 2020
cold sunrise mornings.
279/366 :: Wednesday 7 October 2020
I am still surprised that I was able to keep this beautiful jade plant alive for almost a year now!
280/366 :: Thursday 8 October 2020
I know that a lot of people get annoyed about bunnies in their yards and gardens, but they make me so happy.
281/366 :: Friday 9 October 2020
hey, little fox.
282/366 :: Saturday 10 October 2020
a year before at the Milwaukee County Zoo. I'm so happy that I turned my thirteen months in Milwaukee into a photo book to look through, as I do with all of the vacations I take. it was truly such a special time in my life and I really miss it.
283/366 :: Sunday 11 October 2020
I thought that these might be daisies, but I'm thinking now that they're probably actually just weeds.
284/366 :: Monday 12 October 2020
rainy days and steadily changing leaves.
285/366 :: Tuesday 13 October 2020
272/366 :: Wednesday 30 September 2020
a lovely postcard from Asia.
273/366 :: Thursday 1 October 2020
I thought this would be the last rose of the year, but it wasn't!
274/366 :: Friday 2 October 2020
so it turns out that these are probably weeds, but I think they're pretty.
275/366 :: Saturday 3 October 2020
I love some good skeleton decor.
276/366 :: Sunday 4 October 2020
I still can't believe (every day) that I've kept this plant alive for a year.
277/366 :: Monday 5 October 2020
trying to read through as many books on my to-read list as I can. Nicola Killen's picture books are absolutely gorgeous, and Fredrik Backman's newest novel was great too!
278/366 :: Tuesday 6 October 2020
oh, how I love the waves of Lake Michigan.
265/366 :: Wednesday 23 September 2020
I love seeing stamps from other countries.
266/366 :: Thursday 24 September 2020
everything else that I ordered was leopard print.
267/366 :: Friday 25 September 2020
a very political-themed mail day.
268/366 :: Saturday 26 September 2020
George is my best friend.
269/366 :: Sunday 27 September 2020
270/366 :: Monday 28 September 2020
there aren't a lot of leaves in my yard to change colors, but we all know I'm not raking them anyway.
271/366 :: Tuesday 29 September 2020
new shoes! I don't want to wear them to work still because I know I will spill coffee on them.
258/366 :: Wednesday 16 September 2020
I couldn't help myself when I saw this at my favorite antique mall in Door County. I later found out that it's actually not vintage, just retro, but I couldn't pass up that almost-dalahäst. plus I did kind of want another casserole in that size anyway.
259/366 :: Thursday 17 September 2020
it is so great to be working my way through my extra-long to-read list on Goodreads, even though I'm not currently teaching any preschool classes.
260/366 :: Friday 18 September 2020
a crystal from Kirsten.
261/366 :: Saturday 19 September 2020
I'm a sucker for free things, most times. but most especially free books. I had yet to read Stargirl, and after I did, I reshelved both of these at a free little library in my dad's neighborhood.
262/366 :: Sunday 20 September 2020
one last hibiscus.
263/366 :: Monday 21 September 2020
tiny little skull.
264/366 :: Tuesday 22 September 2020
my most local state park is the one I've spent the least amount of time at, at least of all the ones I've been to. I'm sure it's a nice place, but the weather just hasn't been the greatest for exploring or I just haven't been in the right mindset whenever I've been there. maybe next time.
251/366 :: Wednesday 9 September 2020
still working my way through a chapter a week with Harry Potter and the Sacred Text. Vanessa and Casper and their guests and contributors have such wonderful insight.
252/366 :: Thursday 10 September 2020
World Suicide Prevention Day 2020.
253/366 :: Friday 11 September 2020
my stepmom came back from Target with a couple boxes of these and gave one to me, and I have to say, they were deliciously addictive.
254/366 :: Saturday 12 September 2020
another book suggestion from my grandpa. last time was the very different In Cold Blood.
255/366 :: Sunday 13 September 2020
technically not my apple tree, but also technically not anyone's. the apples look better than they did last year.
256/366 :: Monday 14 September 2020
the leaves start to change and the sky stays grey.
257/366 :: Tuesday 15 September 2020
it's been years since I was last at Peninsula State Park, and yet it's still beautiful.
244/366 :: Wednesday 2 September 2020
well, I finally bought a bike, but I still haven't ridden it because it's a tiny bit too tall for me and I haven't ridden a bike in ten years so I'm a bit scared.
245/366 :: Thursday 3 September 2020
the best part of waking up early is getting to see a sunrise most mornings.
246/366 :: Friday 4 September 2020
coffeehouse perks: end of the day scones.
247/366 :: Saturday 5 September 2020
on the day I bought my bike, I also finally got a state park sticker for this year!
248/366 :: Sunday 6 September 2020
let's just take a moment to appreciate the fact that these binders are filled with the handwriting of many people and I love lightly analyzing people's handwriting.
249/366 :: Monday 7 September 2020
I don't know what kind of flower this is, but I love that it has tiny flowers on its flower.
250/366 :: Tuesday 8 September 2020
239/366 :: Wednesday 26 August 2020
I went to the library for the first time in five months on August 10th. this was the first new release that I got to read since this spring, and it was wonderful! I love the Green brothers.
240/366 :: Thursday 27 August 2020
yes, I know there is a way to turn this giant plant into more plants, but I'm just too lazy and don't really feel like dealing with soil.
241/366 :: Friday 28 August 2020
I really miss them when they're gone.
242/366 :: Saturday 29 August 2020
does anyone else have a stack of masks in their house or is it just me?
243/366 :: Sunday 30 August 2020
it's my color-coded life.
242/366 :: Monday 31 August 2020
this one is still my favorite, and I am still amazed with myself for keeping it alive.
243/366 :: Tuesday 1 September 2020
and still we rise.
a photographer with the desire to hide behind the camera a little less and let the light shine through.