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Sunday Summary – Photo A Day December, Week 4

This month I’m participating in the December photo a day challenge. I’m sharing my photos daily on Instagram, Twitter, and Flickr, and weekly here on Alphabet Salad.

December photo a day challenge – Week 4

December 17, 2012
On the floor

#FMSphotoaday December 17 - On the floor

December 18, 2012
Makes you feel merry

#FMSphotoaday December 18 - Makes you feel merry

December 19, 2012
Something beginning with ‘s’

#FMSphotoaday December 19 - Something beginning with 's'

December 20, 2012

#FMSphotoaday December 20 - Weather

December 21, 2012

#FMSphotoaday December 21 - Tree

December 22, 2012

#FMSphotoaday December 22 - Decoration

December 23, 2012
Joy is______

#FMSphotoaday December 23 - Joy is __________

Laurel Storey, CZT – Certified Zentangle Teacher. Writer, reader, tangler, iPhoneographer, cat herder, learner of French and Italian, crocheter, needle felter, on-and-off politics junkie, 80s music trivia freak, ongoing work in progress.

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  • Becca December 23, 2012

    These are great – I love your tree photo especially!
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  • ElaineLKehoe December 24, 2012

    Beautiful work, again. That floor tile is gorgeous. And your little net angel–can I ask you how old that is? It looks like the first ornament I ever had, which I saved for many, many years, until it finally got moldy from being stored in the basement and I had to throw it out 🙁 . I still miss it. I think I was about six or seven when I got it.

    • Laurel Regan
      December 24, 2012

      Thanks, Elaine! The angel was handmade, given to me probably around 20 years ago. It’s such a pretty little thing! I know what you mean about missing old ornaments – I would love to find some authentic tree ornaments like the ones I remember from my childhood (most broken long ago).
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