My Everyday Life: Week 51

Here's what this past week looked like:

Getting ready for bed.

The sky at 5pm is SO BLUE.

Painting in progress.

Cotton ball clouds.

Making Killer Granola as edible gifts.

This woman's hair caught my attention.

Leaving for school.

One avocado & balsamic and the other Tuna Salad & tomatoes.

Getting my eat on at Chipotle.

Morning light in the kitchen.

At a stop light in the city.

Treats for the teachers. Blondies & Flourless Chocolate Coconut Cookies.

Getting lost in a puddle.

Casey's office party.

Big fat bulbs & big fat rain drops.

Lunch with Casey at Wayfare Tavern.

I made you something in my new Crock-Pot.  Stay tuned!

Getting the mail.

I love looking into windows at night.

Enjoying some shrimp noodle soup with my dad.

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  • Ronni

    Two questions:
    1. What did/does Cooper think of your hair?
    2. Will you continue this series in 2013? It's really neat.

    • Tracy

      He didn't like it at first and when I woke up the next day he asked me why my hair was still short!! He likes it now. Haha!

  • Amy

    That picture of you and Cooper getting ready for bed warms my heart. I feel kind of sad that I have so few pictures of me with my mom and dad when I was little --- he will love those some day!

  • Cherrypiejay

    I love your photos of puddles!

  • Roxy

    Oh good I'm so glad your doing something with a crockpot. I received one as a wedding gift and have not one clue what to do with it besides pot roast.

  • Erica

    Oh! I love that picture of avocado with balsamic -- that is one of my all time favorite lunches!

  • Ellen

    The goth in me is LOVING the black wall-at least it looks black in the picture...am I right or is it a deep navy?

  • Katerina from Psit Jewellery

    Shrimpies!!! Popicorny shrimpies or plain? I want this soup for lunch too anyway!

  • Elena.

    Love your pictures! Love your photography sensibilities. Very inspiring... thanks.

  • Claire @Lemon Jelly Cake

    You and Joy are making me want to dump my gift bags of granola into jars! The bags look cute, but they're not as practical. :)

    Also, can you send your painting friend my way? It took me ALL SUMMER to paint my small kitchen with a baby interrupting me every five minutes! I'm pretty sure we will be in "paint progress" for the next 10 years. ;)

    • Tracy

      I'm sure your bags are lovely....but one cannot resist a jar! I think it makes it look super legit and it leaves people with a nice reminder of your gift.

  • Tara

    Cool college! I like the hair photo too :)
    Just out of curiosity, are you a teacher or a student, Tracy?

  • Christine

    Oooh, can I ask, are you using VSCO for your post editing? All these photos have that great film quality (and God I love VSCO)!

    • Tracy

      I did! Only one picture this week was taken with my dslr. I didn't feel like lugging it around. I adore vsco!

  • katies pencil box

    your silhouette is killer with that short hair, lady! so beautiful!
    forever loving this series!

    xoxo

  • Jessica Gunsell

    The photos in this weeks post are especially exceptional. Every one said something to me...thank you for sharing your week!

  • Jerri

    I love your puddle pics! Makes me wish we even had puddles! Haha....(i live in Austin and rain is rare)
    Happy holidays.

  • Linda

    Is that Benjamin Moore's Iron Mountain on the wall? It looks awesome with the white trim. As you know, I have a black family room with black carpeting and a black sofa, so I am seriously in love with dark walls. Fortunately we both have family rooms that are flooded with sunshine so we can go "goth"!

    • Tracy

      It's something VERY similar. We found a Fine Paints of Europe paint that matched it. I'm LOVING the contrast and the tv is almost camouflaged in the wall. It's pretty awesome.

  • jenloveskev

    I am so impressed with your commitment to this all year. I am hoping I an stick with something like this a little better next year instead of being so spotty. Love seeing bits and pieces of your week.

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