Sweet Jesus the summer went by fast. So fast that apparently I didn’t have time to blog about anything at all. Obviously we have some catching up to do, and catch-up we will since it’s officially Archery Season….bow season….hunting season…whatever. All I know is that I we have a lot of time on my our hands these days and I’m loving it. This euphoria usually lasts about 3 weeks and then I get completely bored, overwhelmed with being a single parent, and cabin fever sets in. But for three glorious weeks I bask in the fact that time is on my side. Time to do whateva I want. Time to do laundry (ok, it’s sad that I listed that first). Time to clean the house. Time to workout. Time to cook. Time to write. Time to take that graphic design class I signed up for in April. Time to think! All I know is that I will not be frantically packing (and unpacking) bags for weekend getaways.
So to get me back in the blogging mood, I decided to document opening day, hunting-widow edition. To do this I snapped a photo each hour throughout the day. Not necessarily on-the-hour, because surprisingly it was sometimes hard to remember to take one before the hour was up…but it’s kind of a cool way to tell a story through pictures. And it sorta kicked off our hunting season (which admittedly is drastically different from a hunters) of being a Party of Two (ok, three if you count Summy).
I learned that I take a lot of pictures of my kid and food. Clearly, I’m fascinating.
You know I’m dying to write a caption or give you a backstory to some of these…but, no, pumpkin, no. I’m not going to. A picture speaks a thousand words right? So I’ll let them do the talking for once.
And hopefully, this will be my giant leap back into writing and sharing.
If you need me I’ll be freakishly organizing and purging our house, along with feverishly planning projects I can “surprise” the Hubs with (who doesn’t want a tile backsplash installed while they’re away? hello.).