Friday, June 8, 2012
I decided to challenge myself to start blogging regularly, and start taking more photos of our life. Lately, I've been focusing more on my little business, Aloha Living Photography, and less on capturing the moments in our life. So I decided that at least for June, I would take one photo each day and write a blurb about it.
June 1 - went to a potluck and had no idea what to make, so I turned to my Pinterest board for inspiration and tried this out. Definitely a hit!
June 2 - I can take a thousand pictures of that face. I'll stick to this one for today :)
June 4 - No tears here! We were both so happy. My husband and our friend came home during their lunchtime and cheered for him as he walked in from school!
June 5 - It's important to stop and smell the plumerias!
June 6 - We water our flowers and herbs every afternoon. I don't remember what he was telling me when I snapped this, but probably something having to do with an airplane. We do live on an Air Force Base, and the sounds of planes overhead is totally normal to him.
June 7 - I only took photos of my husband's snack today. He loves home-made toasted pita chips. It's one of the only healthy things he'll eat. I'll take it.
There you go. My week in one photo a day. Hopefully I'll have something more exciting to show you next time.
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
There's a beach here on base that allows dogs. It's no wonder - I wouldn't put my foot in that brackish water. I've driven by it a million times, but I've never stopped to check it out.
We didn't see any dogs, but we did see some birds and crabs. For once, my little S wasn't afraid of a creature scurrying across the sand...
All in all, we had a time exploring this beach. Great place for photos. Not so great for swimming.
Sunday, October 16, 2011
Don't mind me. I recently found some ripped pages from the Pottery Barn catalog sitting in a "to file" pile, and because I don't want to keep clutter around, I want them on my Pinterest boards. But since I can't find a way to pin from the online catalogs, I just have to scan the images and pin them from this post.