Sunday, July 10, 2011

Ten On Ten:: July 2011

Take a photo every hour for ten consecutive hours on the tenth of each month. 
Document a day of your life and find beauty among the ordinary moments. 

Up, but not too early, for a bit of exercise.
 I need more water in my life. Way more. Especially when it's 110 degrees out.
I always have a hard time trying to decide what to wear to church.
Does anyone else lay out their clothes like this? Bruce chose his own. :)
 I am not a fan of salad in general, but I knew sweet treats were coming later in the day.
Peanut butter frozen yogurt. I love you.
 Bruce took me to Paris with Owen Wilson.
Well, sort of.
 We witnessed this beautiful blue sky on the way home from Paris our date.
Whatever happened to my hoop art wall? 
I want to get back to that.
It was still hot at 7:00 pm.
 We had a fun time tooting our horns with good friends tonight.
And now we are all falling into bed...at last.
Goodnight, friends.

13 comments:

  1. Holy cow, 111? You must be melting - sounds like that froyo was well deserved

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  2. It won't be that hot in September, will it??? :)

    I love your pictures! I want save the glass of water one as my desktop background. Maybe that'll help me drink more?

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  3. Lovely pictures!!! The sky pic I really like!

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  4. Great photos! 111 degrees... Do you happen to live in Florida? lol. That's where I live and it's been about that temp. forever and a day now.

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  5. sweet set of pics :) i love the clouds!

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  6. i'm not organized enough to lay my clothes out for church...i just end up with a pile of no-go's on the bed! great pictures.

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  7. Your pics are awesome....love the first one!
    Happy tenth!

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  8. KimmyDial@aol.comJuly 11, 2011 at 8:48 PM

    Thanks for sharing your day! Loved the pics!

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  9. I love the shot with the fabric and hoops. And your blog header is perfect. :-)

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  10. ohhhh...how was Paris? I am on the fence about seeing that movie. I want to love it, but most of the Woody Allen movies I've seen of late have been hugely disappointing.

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