A few of my friends did a one day challenge on Instagram where they posted a photo of their ordinary or extraordinary lives every hour. I haven’t had time to catch up with them, but I thought it was pretty interesting, and it would be fun to take a photo every hour, then look back at the day. Here, without further ado:
And that’s when I quite taking pictures. The day was far from done, but it was tired. I face-timed with my husband for a bit but he was too whooped by his shift to do much more than yawn and try to listen to what I was saying. He is working in the Pittsburgh hospital currently, because they are having severe staffing difficulties. That means he stays overnight and works all the shifts in a row, then comes home for a nice chunk of time. (That’s about the best spin I can put on it. Also, bonuses are nice.)
I cleaned up the frying mess on the stove while Gregory did the other dishes and the girls had a howling fun time in the basement. It was a good day, and since I went to the bother of taking the pictures, I thought I might as well share them. How was yours?
9 thoughts on “One Day”
That was interesting to read about your day! We had supper with your parents last Sat eve and connected pottery and nurse hubby with y’all while we were chatting. That was quite intriguing to me! We’ve known them for years. Blessings!
I love this sort of thing. I did it on Instagram a year or so ago while we were homeschooling… guess I should do it again, now that I’m at home alone in a quiet house every day…
I enjoyed this picture day so much!
On Tue, Nov 9, 2021, 9:26 PM wocket in my pocket wrote:
> deepeight posted: ” A few of my friends did a one day challenge on > Instagram where they posted a photo of their ordinary or extraordinary > lives every hour. I haven’t had time to catch up with them, but I thought > it was pretty interesting, and it would be fun to take a photo” >
Thank you. I am sorry about your husband’s stress. Are there many sick in the area?
We are in Ontario and I am so blessed by your insight – how you can put it into words.
Thank you for caring. The biggest problem right now is a shortage of nurses. Mercifully, the covid cases are in decline.
I loved this glimpse into your day.☺️
Loved it! I like the handles on those cups! They are built to have a firm grip on your morning coffee!
Do you sell these mugs through the mail? I’m looking for a whimsical 16 oz thick mug to keep my morning coffee hot and I’d love to support a small business.
I do have an Etsy shop that I restock a few times a year. This coming Saturday evening, November 20, I plan to post some mugs for sale. ☺️https://www.etsy.com/shop/blackoakceramics