I have mixed feelings about this project coming to an end. On one hand, this challenge helped me document an entire year, forcing me to really look at my surroundings and enjoy the many moments that – without this project – may have passed by without notice, and I am grateful I can relive these camera captured memories for days and years to come.
“Sunrise, sunset. Sunrise, sunset. Swiftly fly the years; one season following another, laden with happiness, and tears.” – “Sunrise, Sunset” Fiddler on the Roof.
As Project 366 comes to a close tomorrow, I made a point to capture the sun when it rose this morning, as well as when it began setting tonight. Thankfully, today was a sunny day. We’ve had several cloudy and/or rainy days lately, and the rain and clouds are expected to return tomorrow. I hope you’ll return tomorrow, too.
Working from home has its privileges.
There was a time when I would take the boys to the grocery store with me and they would ask if we could buy a plant. Actually, most every time I take the boys to the grocery store they continue to ask if we can buy a plant. One word (of many words) people would not use to describe me is ‘gardener’. So, the fact that the three plants the boys brought home with them over a year and a half ago are not only alive but also thriving is…a Christmas miracle.
There is a beginning and there is an ending, always taking place at the same time.