Do you ever have assignments where you get stuck and just can’t come up with ideas? Or you have some ideas but your thoughts just don’t come together in a meaningful way? It sure is hard when this happens! Especially when there are time restraints for getting the assignment completed.
I have ideas and things that I want to share with you but for now, they are just in my thoughts and not flowing together in a meaningful way. Although I do know that in time they will come together. Even though that isn’t happening at the moment.
So after much thought, I decided that I would like to share some more photos with you. Fun photos of me that you might enjoy!
As I’ve told you before, my mom was in a Flickr photography group. One where they had new assignments every two weeks. Some assignments had a specific theme to capture. While others had a specific photo technique to practice.
One of the assignments had a specific theme for each day of the week. Each theme was to be captured in a photo on the corresponding days. The photos did not need to be dog-related but my mom chose to have me in each photo. Which I’m sure doesn’t surprise you!
My mom enjoyed the challenge of this assignment. And, like always, I enjoyed being with my mom and posing for the photos! Since this was an assignment that had a variety of different images I thought it would be a good grouping of photos to share.
- Macro Monday
A close-up of my beautiful eye!
- Texture Tuesday
The texture of my pad and fur on my paw!
- Window Wednesday
Gazing out through a window at the hospital!
- Stairs Thursday
Sitting on the landing of some stairs in our town!
- Fence Friday
Sitting by a fence at a favorite place where we go for walks!
- Smile on Saturday
A selfie of me and my smiling mom!
- Sliders Sunday
A pretty background behind my beautiful head!
As summer is nearing the end I hope you are looking forward to the start of your upcoming school year. And seeing your teachers and friends!
Although this school year will bring new challenges I hope you embrace the changes. Good luck with adjusting to whatever new changes are ahead of you! I have confidence that you will do awesome!