Project 366 Week Twelve

March 18: Chuck-E-Cheese – Those who know me well, know that there is only one way you will get me inside Chuck-E-Cheese.  A birthday party. 

March 19: My teenager – it's a very rare day that the teen will allow me to take a photograph of him.  On this particular evening, I saw that he was updating profile photographs and I dared him that I could take a better picture of him than he could take of himself.  I win regardless, because I got to take a picture of him.

March 20: Aikido – when given the option of running under a moving wooden stick, or a moving sword, naturally my child was one of the few that chose the sword.

March 21: Daylight Saving – There are many reasons why I love daylight saving.  This is just one of them.  Instead of sitting indoors whining that I am running late making dinner, they are so busy playing outdoors that they don't even notice anymore.

March 22: Jog-a-thon – The twins had their school jog-a-thon.  They did a great job.  I even managed to run three laps.  Okay, I only ran because I was trying to snap photographs of them.  Also, I am not fit, at all. 

March 23: Daffodils – These beautiful daffodils really brighten up my kitchen.  It feels like Spring now.

March 24: Rolling downhill – What a busy day we had, there was a Spring carnival at school, a golf lesson, a birthday party, and a birthday dinner.  I was exhausted by the end of it.  The kids, not so much.

Documenting our day.  For 366 days.

Photographs were taken and edited using a combination of Camera+, Snapseed, PhotoStudio, Frametastic, and Instagram iPhone apps.

You can view full-size images and keep up with my Project 366 on Flickr and follow me on Instagram too.

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D March 26, 2012 - 6:00 pm

Love that you are doing so much fitness with your kids. A good role model for others, as the parents teach young children good habits at a young age.
Len Saunders
Author, Keeping Kids Fit


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