The 365 Project Update

Since it’s almost the end of March and I’m almost 1/4 of the way through our first year of the 365 Project, I thought I’d do an update.

Over­all, it’s been good.

There are days when I feel like I’ve either staged the pic­ture or forced it, and I don’t love the pic­ture.

 

 

There are some that I am real­ly glad to have.

 

 

 

But, there’s a good chance I would have most of those any­way.  The best thing about the 365 Project is the pic­tures I get by just play­ing around and hav­ing the cam­era ready.

 

 

 

So, we’ll keep going and wait­ing for those sweet pho­tos that just hap­pen once in a while when you’re not expect­ing any­thing.

Project 365 — Day 1

Project 365 — Day 1

I have 3 beau­ti­ful boys.  I don’t take as many pic­tures as I should.  I love the pho­to albums that my mom made for me as I was grow­ing up.  I think about them quite often, and I usu­al­ly end up feel­ing guilty about it.  Not only do I not take the pic­tures I should, but I also don’t orga­nize them after I take them.  Some day my kids are going to want pic­tures of their child­hoods.  I want to have some­thing to give them.

My sis­ter-in-law has been doing Project 365 for the past three years.  The idea is to take one pic­ture a day for a year to doc­u­ment the lit­tle things that make someone’s life unique and spe­cial.  After look­ing at her pic­tures each day and see­ing a few of my Face­book friends join­ing in, I thought it might be a way for us to take more pic­tures and orga­nize them in a way our boys will appre­ci­ate as they grow.

Day 1

Paja­mas and Legos

I won’t be post­ing all our pic­tures here, but if you’re inter­est­ed in keep­ing up with our Project 365 progress, you can check them out on HERE Flickr.