If I am counting correctly, I've made it through 54 days of this 365 Photograph-A-Day project. And though some days I struggle, like on Day 49--the first image below, to come up with something I really like, I am so glad for each and every image If I wasn't doing this, I probably would have very few of these photographs, if any. And when the photograph itself is not too exciting, it often means something to me. Day 49, for example, is my youngest eating pancakes on Ash Wednesday. While I very well know that pancakes are the tradition for Shrove Tuesday and not Ash Wednesday, this image is a the true story of how things are in our home. I am always hitting the mark and not quite on top of things, but trying to focus on priorities which in this case was marking the beginning of the Lenten season and heading to Mass. That, and the importance of teaching your children to cut their own food. There's a deeper meaning there too.
Day 49: Pancakes for Supper.
Day 50: The best seat in the house.
Day 51: So darn cold, preschool is closed (no heat), so we have our own art class.
Day 52: Snow & Sunshine.Day 53: Getting in the frame with my favorite first grader.
Day 54: When school is 2 hours late-again.