Welcome to project 365. This writer of ghost stories, mother of two, and wife to the Professor, aka "Ghost Hunk" (for 18 years), finds inspiration everyday, even if she sometimes forgets. So for the next year, I will document these little epiphanies, whether it's a bug on the windshield or some brilliant, breathless moment in this crazy life or something in between.
With the project complete, check out some new adventures:
Christmas from Ghost Hunk! Yes! My Christmas wish came true! Now I just have to figure out how to operate it. Two of the most amazing gifts ever...something to satisfy the photo nut in me and affirmation of my writing life. Thank you, my love. That kind of support means more than I can say...
Ghost Hunk's project. For the last year and a half, we have stumbled through a maze of junk in the garage, some of it tossed into any old box in the last mad dash move. Ghost Hunk spent the last two days cleaning, organizing, and putting up shelves. Bravo!
When the computer and television are off limits, Ghost Daughter has no problem hitting the books...in all kinds of ways! Yes, she reads them, but these have become shelter for all kinds of creatures, mostly LPS critters.
From the iPhone: Yes, it is the holiday season, all full of wonder...I wonder what UPS guy handled this package. Good thing it wasn't a present for anyone in this house. This is exactly how I found it when I got home today.
Today we made a trip up to Zoo Atlanta where we met the grand old man, Ivan. Our library has a wonderful program: We check out a video about the history of the zoo, which is amazing, and when we return it, we get 4 free tickets to the zoo. That is no small favor...$20+ each!
With the camera a little fritzy, I will post a few highlights from our trip throughout the week.
The project is in danger...the good camera is on its last legs, so I had to resort to the old, old FinePix. This is Ghost Daughter's personal Christmas tree...hosting its only party, as you can see. Santa, if you're listening, I have been a good girl (mostly) and I have only one thing on my list: a Canon Rebel EOS 18 mp digital camera (18-55mm lens) with an extra 55-250 lens.
No matter what, we'll keep the project going, even if the quality is variable. Jingle bells, jingle bells...
Yep, it's high cotton time in Georgia. I was behind two trucks loaded with round bales of cotton. This time of year, you will see tufts of white fluff caught in the grass at the side of the road, little remnants of the South's most famous harvest.