Saturday, December 28, 2013

Project 365: Days 355 Through 361

It's my last full week of photos for the year! I'll be back later this week with my final photos of the year, and thoughts on my Project 365. But till then...
Frozen Yogurt from Menchies
December 21, 2013 - 355/365: I realize this looks like a blurry mess in a bowl, but it's actually a bowl of frozen yogurt from Menchies, filled with delicious-ness like gingerbread yogurt and cinnamon.
Black Russian Cake
December 22, 2013 - 356/365: I made the boy a Black Russian Cake for his birthday.
The Boy's Birthday Present
December 23, 2013 - 357/365: My birthday present to the boy.
Step 4
December 24, 2013 - 358/365: Mixing up a dessert for Christmas. (More to come in this in the next week!)
Christmas Presents
December 25, 2013 - 359/365: Playing with their new Christmas presents.
Playing King of Tokyo
December 26, 2013 - 360/365: Playing King of Tokyo, which one of of the Christmas presents I gifted to the boy.
December 27, 2013 - 361/365: Camellias in bloom.

I'm linking this post up with Random-osity & Kleinworth & Co. for Project 52!


  1. I think I want to do a Project 365 in 2014. It seems like a unique way to document life.

    1. It was a lot of fun, although somewhat of a pain to keep up with by the years end. I'm not planning on doing it in 2014, but I'd be up for doing it again at some point, especially if by then we have kids I could take pictures of.

  2. I haven't heard of the game that you got the boy! You guys always have so many unique games to play!

    Way to go on sticking with this project 365!!

    1. Last year the boy found an article about the awful games people play and what you should be playing instead. Basically, they hated games that were purely luck, and found similar games where most of the game play was based on skill. The game we're playing in this post is their substitute for yatzee. Although basically this means I loose almost every game we play, but they're still a lot of fun.

      And actually, most of the games we buy are from Barnes & Nobles. If you look, they actually have a really good game selection, with all type of games that are more thought based.

  3. Love the wrapping paper - how fun a b-day so close to Christmas! Great work on the 365!!

  4. Nice job sticking with project 365 for the entire year! That is impressive!

    1. Thank you! I'm still a little in disbelief I managed to pull it off.