November Photo A Day {Instagram}

cue the cheering crowds

I did it! I did it! I took 30 photos for 30 days. I cannot believe I did it. Some of the photos have been less inspired than others but, you know what, it’s my life and I thank God for each and every day of it.

Day 25: sky

Day 25 the sky {Living Outside the Stacks}

This is the view from my living room window, it never gets old. God is awesome.

Day 26: in the cupboard

Day 26 in the cupboard {Living Outside the Stacks}

One of my favorite dollar store finds, a coffee mug.

Day 27: tree

Day 27 tree {Living Outside the Stacks}

The Christmas tree in the library, decorated with book jackets. Creative, no?

Day 28: vehicle

Day 28 vehicle {Living Outside the Stacks}

My big and obnoxious baby. For the first time in over 8 years, my entire family can fit in the same vehicle.

Day 29: big

Day 29 big {Living Outside the Stacks}

The hubs and I went shopping for new silverware and we couldn’t get over how big silverware has gotten. Seriously, the teaspoons are the size of serving spoons. Why?

Day 30: on the wall

Day 30 on the wall {Living Outside the Stacks}

Our family motto is from Joshua 24:15: “Choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve… But as for me and my household,we will serve the Lord.”

December Photo A Day Prompts

December Photo A Day {Fat Mum Slim}

I’ll be posting my pictures on Instagram (you can follow me by clicking here) and then doing a weekly wrap up here on the blog.

Would you like to participate? Here are the rules:

  • Starting 1 December take a picture using inspiration from the prompt.
  • Once you’ve taken your photo, share the picture on your blog, Facebook pageflickrInstagram or Twitter or other preferred social media page. If you’re sharing on Twitter or Instagram, use the hashtag #FMSPHOTOADAY so others can find your photos.

If you need suggestions or tips, Chantelle offers them here.

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  • Rae

    I always love to see people participating in the photo challenge. I always try and stop mid-way. I think I’m going to try and do a challenge on my blog since I’ve neglected it in a major way. Sigh.

    • http://livingoutsidethestacks.com/ DaenelT

      I usually stop after the first week too. I forget, get busy, what have you… But I figured if I did it with my phone just maybe I can finish a challenge.

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