This is fun! I actually look forward to tomorrow to see what I can take a photo of! Yay! I know I'll get worn out later on though. And there is no way I'll be taking my Canon 40D everywhere with me! But I have my P&S I can use too sometimes. (still need to read that manual, my pics come out really grainy sometimes) But here is what I have so far. I had taken the first two with "project 365" in my mind so I am counting those. I'll be posting most of them on my flickr. Thought I would share these three though.
1. I had to take a picture of this because I am still not used to eating pudding out of a carton. (do they sell pudding in a carton in the usa? ) It's a bit weird to me. I really wish they made pudding in small plastic cups kind of like Jello.
1/365 by loidaeg, on Flickr
2. My cat Lily sleeping in a plastic bag. At first I thought it was a sweater but then I got a closer look. lol It was a bit dark so I couldn't see her very well.
2/365 by loidaeg, on Flickr
3. And this is from today. We had a great dinner. It has been awhile since I've made meatloaf and my kids absolutely loved it! But my daughter loved the mashed potatoes even more, and she used to hate mashed potatoes!
3/365 by loidaeg, on Flickr
thanks for looking....and if you see me doing something wrong please tell me! and i can't make up my mind on a watermark so ignore that
looks like you're off to a GREAT start! I can't wait to stalk this throughout the year.
you've inspired me to commit to a project 52, which I plan to start in October on my 40th birthday.
very cool! Love your start!!! That's what I try to do, capture a variety of things in a given week. We don't have pudding in a carton here ... and now I want you to send me a box. ha ha ha I'd send you the jello pudding cups, but they have to be refrigerated.
Great pics! Gwen, there are pudding cups that aren't refrigerated---they're at the end of the baking aisle at our Walmart...as opposed to the refrigerated ones that are over by the sour cream, dip, butter, etc.
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the refrigerated ones taste better (imho), but the others are pretty good too.
Does the boxed stuff come out in that rectangle shape? I don't think the pudding in a cup would hold it's shape.
thanks gals! I hope I can stick to this. It's going to be hard finding a thing to photograph each day but I'm going to have to think outside the box a bit I think.
Here's todays. I really like this one for some reason. It always rains here, well...it rains a lot! So this really means something to me.
4/365 by loidaeg, on Flickr
Oh and about the pudding, yes it comes out in a rectangle and you can cut it up into smaller rectangles just like the picture it's a bit weird but it doesn't taste too bad. It's more like the jello in the usa since that sorta sticks together but it's pudding. The thing is, they don't sell small boxes with the powder to make your own pudding at home. Only jello type stuff. Gelatin I think is what they call it. That stuff is also sold in a carton
okay, we should arrange a trade. I can send you some of the cups (I forgot about the Hunt's brand, I was only thinking of Jell-o) and some boxes, and you can send me some of your pudding. Is yours refrigerated?
I like the window rain shot!
no it does not need refrigeration Very tempting! hehe I buy some boxes of jello pudding at a grocery store in Sweden (very bad selection, and 1 hour drive from here, we go shopping there every 1.5 months). I pick up generic fruit loops and lucky charms for $10 per box. The jello pudding boxes are about $5 per box lol Or something around there. It's crazy! I'll have to keep my eye out for other weird things sold here
I think this is great Loida! I wish I can do this too, but I get so tired by the end of a working day.
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