Purples are hard to photograph!
I had this idea about making a small book, about 5×5", and carrying one with me for a week or two, and then binding them all together at the end of the year. So I started this one on a week boundary, instead of a year boundary, and I'll see if there are enough interesting things to do with 5"x5" of fabric every day for January.
This pretty much defines our holiday preparations in one photo: new candles, some greenery (we also have a tree) some other candles, and the silver skull left over from Halloween.
Plus a lot of dinosaurs.
Our neighbor has four chickens that like our driveway. Every time they cross the road in front of me I feel like a punch line.
I'm thinking about a photo a day, for a year. Since starting on Jan 1 is intimidating, I thought I'd try it now, and see how things go.
Little Yolk is a hand stitched triceratops made from patterns we've (Alice and Red Kate and I) have been re-engineering from the Manhattan Toy Company dinosaurs circa 1986. My mother has Sunshine, who donated some DNA to help with the pattern. The rest of the dinosaurs are camped at our house until Red Kate is finished moving. There is a Nativity scene with them all – Yolk played the part of the Christ Child.