Here I am again joining up with Sally Russick for Ordinary Extraordinary Days. I have days 6 through 10 for you today. Here we go:
Day 6, Minimal:
This is one of my Granny Great's (that's what we called her when we were little) wine glasses. They are beautiful, and I think of her every time I use them. And my thanks to Shari for giving me the idea for this picture, because I really didn't have a clue what to do with the prompt.
Day 7, Daily Chaos:
This is my alarm clock, and it's what starts my daily chaos every morning. It's a sunrise alarm, which really helps me because I have a hard time waking up when it's dark outside. I am not a morning person - ask anyone.
Day 8, Words:
This is my favorite picture of Brian and I from our wedding, in my favorite frame. I love the saying on it. This year will be 16 years for us in May.
Day 9, Night Time Calm:
This is Wülfgang at the top, and George on the bottom. Wülfgang will be 8 this year, George will be 17. Wulfie is the best cuddling dog in the world. George sleeps with him a lot, usually much closer than this.
Day 10, Outside:
The only editing I did to this picture was to crop a bit of the corner off, where the house was showing. It was sleeting Tuesday night and I pointed the camera straight up and shot the picture with the flash on. Pretty cool, the laser beams were completely unexpected.
And I'd like to show you a bonus picture, I was asked by a couple of people in the comments from Friday to share a picture of the completed necklace (repetitive pattern). Here it is:
I am really happy with the way it turned out, and so was my friend. Pattern is from Diane Fitzgerald's Shaped Beadwork.
Don't forget to come back on 2/16 for the last post in this series!
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