Project 366 Rewind - Week 36

Monday, September 10, 2012

Happy Monday all! It's a beautiful sunny fall day here. A little cooler with a nice breeze. I love this weather! Too bad I'm stuck inside with chores and work to do!  What are you up to today?
Here's a recap of last week:



I caught this unbridled moment of passion between two unidentified bugs. The funny thing is, I thought this was one dragonfly when I took the shot. It wasn't until I loaded it on my computer that I realized I was invading their privacy, lol. Perhaps it's time to have my eyes examined.

We played outside after the rain. I went chasing rainbows, but didn't find any.

The kids are back in PE, so that means my weekly walks around mid-town have resumed. I captured this church last week. I'm really looking forward to leading the Clickin' Walk in a few weeks with Sarah Halstead! Come join us if you can.

I had a mini shoot with my girls. More pics to come soon!

Little Miss has perfected her "sad face." It's quite effective, lol.

We had our first soccer games of the season. The big guy is playing in the advanced league for the first time. They won their first game!!

I also managed a profile shot of him. He's rather camera shy these days, so I have to sneek them in when I can. I tell myself he'll thank me later ;-P Prompt: Days End


That's a quick recap of our week in pictures. What have you been up to?

Linking up with Gina and Sarah today for:
Chic Homeschool Mama
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Kim Cunningham said...

These are lovely, and I must say the sad face is adorably cute. It would work on me! She is a doll. Love the stolen image of your biggest boy. Love that light.

Sarah Halstead said...

Ohhh! These are awesome! That first one is hilarious. I love the last twos.

Veronica Lee said...

Gorgeous captures! Love the first one!

Happy Tuesday!

Gina @ Gigi Marie Photography said...

These are great Melissa!!!!

You & Sarah sure have a lot of really exciting things coming up. So happy for you!!!!

packmom said...

Too funny about the bugs. What a great sad, pouty face! Hope it works for her ;0)

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

He looks so reflective there. I really like that shot!

Ida said...

Great post. Loved the shot of the flowers and insects, the church and oh my that "Sad" face is beyond priceless.

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