And you know what that means, friends? The December Photo Project is back!
I have been participating in this fun little photo challenge since around 2010 I think. It has spanned three different blogs, years of not missing any days, completely bailing one year about half way through, actually posting a photo a day and then other times doing a weekly dump of photos. I use my big camera or my phone. I take time and plan out an image or just grab a random snap. I think I have even gotten the shot for the day and barely slid it in before midnight and the start of the next day. Other times I have more than one photo to share.
It is, quite simply, one of my favorite holiday traditions.
Funny how things become so ingrained they become part of our personal liturgy, isn’t it? There are some serious spiritual truths in that I think…the way we read and study the Word, how and when we pray, how we live in community with each other and how all of that becomes who we are, shaping and forming us.
Something to noodle on, don’t you think? I am going to be contemplating it much this year I think, as we are in a new place, literally and figuratively. What things will stay the same, what will change, what new gets added. It makes me grateful for the things that stay. The anchors we hold to even as we let some things go and shift and change.
Anyways, I am just so happy to be back with the DPP! It’s funny how I even have “friends” that I meet once a year during this time in the facebook group. Anyone can join so if you’re interested in learning more about it click on over to View From The Prairie Box and sign up and just start taking a picture a day.
DPP ~ Day 1
It seems fitting to begin the challenge where my day starts.
And off we go! We will see if I make it the whole month through 🙂