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Picture Round Up

For the month of August I am participating in the #AugustBreak2014, started by Susannah Conway, like I did last year, in August 2013. I love the random word prompts that spark such creativity in photography. This year Susannah added an … Continue reading

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August Break 2014

Last year I stumbled upon the August Break 2013 accidentally (mere hours before the month began!). This year I was anxiously awaiting the announcement. I enjoyed participating in the #30SummerDays photo challenge in June, and I have been looking for … Continue reading

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#30 Summer Days Wrap Up

Throughout the month of June I participated in a daily photo challenge called #30summerdays (check out the hashtag on Twitter or Instagram to see more!). ┬áIf you missed my first two posts on this topic, you can see my Photo … Continue reading

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More summer pics

I am participating in the #30summerdays photo challenge. While I prefer to tell stories using words (lots and lots of words!), every once in awhile I enjoy the challenge of trying to tell a story using pictures. This particular journey … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge, Week 1

I’ve been participating in the #30summerdays photo challenge, which I learned about from two of the healthy living bloggers I follow (Tina and Julie). I’ve been posting my pictures on my personal Instagram account, but wanted to do a round … Continue reading

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[Mentor Text Monday] Blogs & Pictures

I’m taking this mentor text in a different direction today. Since this is a blog post, I’m going to demonstrate how I use another writer’s blog as a mentor text for my own blog post. Barb’s post on using pictures … Continue reading

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[Mentor Text Monday] This is Not My Hat

Today I would like to discuss a mentor text idea using the incredibly creative This is Not My Hat by Jon Klassen. First of all, if you have not yet read this book, go read it immediately! It is one … Continue reading

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