This Month In Photos | May, 2012

I’m making it a habit to post a selection of photos every month for all the Project Lifers out there. As single gal with no kids or pets, there are still many, many things to photograph in everyday life.

May photos:

Even the guest bath had boxes stacked, waiting to be unpacked.

Traded in my winter boots for a growing collection of flip flops.

Perfect blue skies and puffy white clouds.

Exploring new places that opened while I was in Tennessee.

Driving down familiar streets again.

Will have to wean myself from this again. I was weak during the stress of moving.

Progress on my afghan.

Afternoon storm clouds gathering over the office building where I used to work.

A reminder of what summer is about in Florida.

Hello Tropical Storm Beryl. You're a few days early.

Thanks for stopping by today!

9 Comments

  1. great picts! Love that blanket! And, I hope you stay safe in storm season!!!

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  2. Great photos, Tammy!!!
    I have a huge flip flop collection, too. Love them!
    And after a long time without drinking soda, I have been drinking a few here and there again. I know what you mean about weaning off.

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  3. great photos!!! i am getting so excited because our annual vacation to florida is fast approaching!!! just got out my flip flops and beach shoes last night!!!

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  4. I love your Project Life photos! I’m interested in that process but never think to take everyday photos. TFS!

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  5. Love your pics Tammy!! So excited we’ll be there in just a few days!!!

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  6. I think it’s great that you take everyday photos. I have a hard time doing that myself. Love that afghan and I hope storm season isn’t too bad. We have to worry about tornadoes. No fun! I do love a good cloud photo too. 🙂

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  7. Oh my goodness, such great photos.
    I have only been to one hobby lobby and loved it.
    Your afghan is beautiful, you make me want to grab my hook and start one 🙂

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  8. Great photos, thanks for sharing. Good luck on unpacking. I’m sure you will discover even more great crafty storage solutions 🙂

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  9. Your afghan is coming along nicely. Great photos of your month!

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