November: 10-on-10

100 Days of Summer, Week 10

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July 20th - I spent the day with a Great-Aunt and a cousin, both women int her mid-80s, listening to old family stories, looking through photos and family keepsakes from the past 100+ years, and thoroughly entertained by their commentary about social media. "Do you have that Facebook?" one asked the other "No, I don't need to see what people are doing all day, I don't care what they're eating. I just like my email!" "I don't have it either, I've had enough troubles in my lifetime, I don't need to see any one else's!"

July 21st - spent the day with the loveliest brides, photographing their loveliest day

July 22nd - finished the quick Portland-area trip with a visit to the headstones of two sets of Great-Grandparents, where some of my Grandparents' ashes are also spread

July 23rd - happy to be home again, in the comfort of my chaos

July 24th - late night reading, finally charged the kindles courtesy of endless rain

July 25th - my assistants during a product shoot

July 26th - shadow puppets, way passed bedtime

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July 6th - a week of stars and stripes

July 7th - happy 60th Papa!

July 8th - closing the door on an epic week

July 9th - high-five goodbyes

July 10th - late night drive out-the-road that led to unexpected owlet viewing 

July 11th - late night drive home, that led to the expected cattle viewing 

July 12th - dancing in the headlights

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June 29th - "roll down the window, Mom!"

June 30th - 4th of July camping week begins

July 1st - lunch time, shoveling in noodles rapidly to get back to the excitement of the afternoon

July 2nd - hide-and-seek

July 3rd - I think I have a hundred photos of the kids and this horizon, from the last few days, and I'll probably share them all. epic is an understatement of our week.

July 4th - building their own campfires

July 5th - they hopped between the floaties in the river and the slip-and-slide on the beach, both came with views 

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