Photography Challenge: Week Thirteen, a Typewriting Kitty and Other Such Nonesense

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There is such comfort in routine, in having something you do everyday, no matter what. Even, sometimes, when it`s something we don`t enjoy since it`s there everyday, we have comfort and stability in that fact. (Such as, for instance, math.) The worst thing one can do to your routine is abuse it. When it`s your own decision to do it`s much easier to get done; that is why accountability and commitment are so wonderful. This photography challenge is good in this aspect, even if the week was crazy, I still have to take a photo everyday.

Here are this weeks pictures. IMG_9771 For quite some time I thought may-haps the sweet autumn weather would not come this year. But it finally did. Our trees are exploded with color. IMG_9829 I carved this pumpkin, all by myself in our kitchen too….IMG_9818 I have been challenged by my mother to draw a picture every day.

IMG_9867 I have been enjoying a little group of runners this year, and this was my  water jar`s lid that I took along with me. I thought it was quite stylish.IMG_9876 Cantaloupe, it just happened to be lined up so perfectly. 5465happyer Once in a while I haul out the great typewriter out of its dusty corner, lug it onto my bed, and play with its keys. Unfortunately it doesn’t work very well, so I mostly have to satisfy myself with taking pictures of it.IMG_9958 We grew these baby-looking pumpkins this year. I came downstairs one day to discover them all laid out in a perfect, strait line, color coordinated! Just the sort of thing my family would do.

Enjoy  some more snapping from Amy, Bethany, Amalia, and Chef William.

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  1. amaliacharis says:

    Sarah, that pumpkin! He’s magnificent! Does he/she have a name?

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    1. Sarah says:

      Why thank you Amalia. I believe I have severely neglected him! He does not possess a name; I will have to think on that….perhaps Boncilis, or Kemp? Names are such delicate things, and something not to be rushed into. 🙂

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  2. Bethany says:

    You are such an artist, girl! From your writing to your drawing to your pumpkin–it is all so very lovely. 🙂

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    1. Sarah says:

      Thanks Bethie.

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