Monday, March 12, 2012

Project 365: February 2012

It's March 12th. I failed to get my Ten on Ten posted. So instead I'll post my February Project 365 photos. I'm still plugging along with this project. And according to the ticker on the Project 365 site. I am 19% complete. *woot*

Nineteen percent. That sounded like a lot to me. Until I just typed it out. Maybe once it clicks over to 20% it will feel like a bigger accomplishment. I wonder how many more days it will take before I see that number. It's like the rowing machine at the gym ticking off the meters. I'm motivated by the counter. Only I can't pull harder to make this go faster.

But this is life. I don't want it to speed by me. That's part of the reason for this project. To slow down. And enjoy the ride.

And these monthly collages really help do just that. Slowing down. Enjoying the ride. Thanks for joining me.



8 comments:

Karina said...

I love looking at these pics and remembering the stories. You are building such a wonderful collection of memories. I see a Blurb Book in the making.

Kerri said...

Such awesome pictures Kim! My fave is the bathtub shot! The picture of your daughter with her legs behind her creeps me out! She must get that flexibility from dancing! I like the pic of your hubby with ( I think) the crablegs...so cool you can see the steam!

Gabe said...

you are motivating me to try this next year. . .not sure I could do it half as well as you, though!

Love them!

Kyria @ Travel Spot said...

These are great. This year I didn't do a "public" 365, but I take photos every day, for me, and am glad of it. It is so fun to look back and see where you were one year ago, five years ago, 10 years ago...

What is BSD making in the cooking photo? Crab? I can't tell.

Megan said...

Great collages...I love the mix of photos!

needsatimeout said...

Amazing photos!

Erin (Out on a Limb) said...

Beautiful pictures. There's something so evocative when there are no words and they're collaged like that. It still tells a story. I loved the shots of your daughters together...

Andrea said...

Wow, is your daughter double jointed!? Great collage :)