Nothing to me says cozy like a couch with cushions and a blanket to snuggle under.
It’s that time of the year when it’s not blisteringly hot just yet, however the seasons have changed enough that you can sit outside in the sunshine and feel the sun’s warmth on bare legs.
My hand dyed yarn, chock full of many wonderful colours.
Tea. It gives me strength. (And also the word strength is on the box – inspiration came first and then the justification)
When you spend all day in an office, and then go home to a smallish apartment sometimes looking up at the sky is the only sense of space there is.
Not only is this more hand dyed (which I didn’t think I was able to do) but watching 4 needles come together and produce a circle still fascinates and impresses me.
Nothing quite says relax like sunshine, a good book, biscuits, dip, and a cold beer.
I want my new house to be full of memories and inspiration, and so I’m intending on filling it with photos.
Posting a picture a day is not a new concept and it’s certainly not an original concept.
It’s something that I’ve tried (and failed) before.
So what makes this different? I’m trying out the theory that if I come up with the prompts I’m more likely to stick with it.
And if I tell all you lovely people about it and then don’t complete it I’ll be disappointed in myself. (Not too disappointed, I mean it’s only a photo challenge.)
So if any of you lovely people want to come along for the ride I’ll be using #bwkpicaday on Instagram, tumblr, twitter, flickr, & Facebook. (So apologies to anyone who follows me on multiple sites because you’re going to see the same photo a few times each day – to be fair I usually do this anyway just not each and every day)
I’ll be saving it to my phone with a daily reminder. If I make it through I’ll post a summary at the end of the month or each week. I haven’t decided yet.
Here’s the prompts.