Sunday, December 29, 2013

30 Day Blogging Challenge-- Day 9

Hey, remember the 30 Day Blogging Challenge? Of course you don't, it's been a month since I last posted on that! Sorry.
Now that the chaotic rush of the holidays is over, I'm going to pick it back up again. So here's how it's going to go, if you've forgotten:
Day 1: a favorite song
Day 2: a favorite movie
Day 3: a favorite book
Day 4: a favorite television program
Day 5: a favorite quote
Day 6: a moment you wish you could relive
Day 7: five things you couldn't possibly live without
Day 8: a thank-you letter to someone who has changed your life
Day 9: a photo you took
Day 10: a photo of you taken over ten years ago
Day 11: a photo you've taken recently
Day 12: a song that you want played at your wedding (or was played)
Day 13: a guilty pleasure
Day 14: a vacation you would like to take
Day 15: a person that you admire
Day 16: a song that makes  you cry
Day 17: an art piece
Day 18: a time when you felt passionate and alive
Day 19: a talent of yours
Day 20: a hobby of yours
Day 21: something that you know you do differently than other people
Day 22: a website
Day 23: a way in which you want to be remembered
Day 24: a movie no one would never expect you to love
Day 25: a recipe
Day 26: a childhood memory
Day 27: a physical feature that you love
Day 28: a scar you have and its story
Day 29: hopes, dreams, and plans that you have for the next 365 days
Day 30: a motto or philosophy
Well, I'm going to do this Rebecca-style and skip number eight. I'm contrary like that.
Day Nine: A Picture You Took
Snow in October.
Interesting, isn't it? Reminds me of Narnia.
I love this picture-- it looks like two seasons merged into one. I took it in October, right after getting home from taking a test with the public-school-ers. It had started snowing during the test, and when we came out of that room, the entrance to the school with the huge glass windows looked like something from a fairytale. The snow just clung to the leaf-covered branches, and everything looked like it had been sculpted out of sparkling white clay, with birds hopping around and passing berries from beak to beak.
Day Ten: A Photo of You Taken Over Ten Years Ago
Me and my sister Hannah
(I'm the one with hair)
Aren't I adorable? :^)
Actually, I think that picture above was from late 2004 (and therefore a year too young to meet the requirements for this blogging challenge), so I posted this one, too:

Me, at the house in Huntington, in the spring of 2003.
Still adorable. :P

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