2021 Photo A Day, July – December






September – I feel like I worked a lot. Phew, yes, I did in fact work a lot and I was tired. In the middle of the month there was a rat in the kitchen and the subsequent discovery of a weird new cabinet, ugh. There were pelicans and jellyfish at the beach and elk all over the place. And the weather finally turned to fall.


October! Yet again I feel like I worked all the time and that might be because I did in fact work all the time. Sigh. Fall fell, the rains began, the elk began gathering in huge herds. We had the most trick or treaters we have ever had, which was nice – I was on the beach myself, LOL, I heard this via report – and I saw all my local friends this month.


November! Several short weeks as the holidays got rolling, which leads to more beach time, whooo! Thanksgiving was quiet and I didn’t take a picture of the food, which we had on Friday instead. It gets dark really early now and the rain is basically constant. I’m okay with that.


The end of December is the end of the year and the end of this project. This morning I thought, oh, that would be an okay photo of the day and realized, hey, I don’t need to take one! What a relief! and also, kind of sad! It’s been an interesting year, to say the least, and of course it is the most important year ever, given that it is the birth year of Miss Sylvie Marie. Thank you for sharing this year with me.