My last photo from April 2023 is a picture that I colored yesterday. Bye, April! Hello, May!
The Last Photo
Last Photo for March
My Last Photo for March 2023. I’m still intending to take part in NaPoWriMo, even though, being quite busy, I missed posting for the first day.
My last photo for February 2023. I colored this picture on February 25th – 26th.
A Gathering of Cuteness
My last photo for January 2023.
New Year Cake!
My last photo for December, and for all of 2022:
My last photo from the month of November:
I took a picture of my plushie kangaroo and joey, Rooby and Timmy, and sent it to the person who gave it to me, just to tell him that I still love it. 😁 You can also see my Divine Mercy Jesus in the background.
My Halloween Evening
My last photo from October is below. I took myself to the coffee shop down the street from my house and wrote there for 2 hours. Thankfully, even though I can’t drive, I can walk there, or else my house would be like a prison. As it is, my mind would be a prison without the ability to write so much.
The second-to-last photo was that same page, before I had started to fill up the page. If you can read my tiny writing, you may notice that I had written a quadrille for DVerse, but unfortunately I don’t like it enough to share it. 🙂
P.S. Happy All Saints Day to those who celebrate!
From the End of September
The last photo from September is this orchid flower. My brother, who works at a gardening shop, must have done some sort of Orchid Rescue Mission, as we have about 8 orchid plants throughout our house all of a sudden.
P.S. I am having a bit of an existential crisis because it is October. The passage of time has haunted me since I was a little girl. I had some pretty heavy journal entries for a 9-year-old! Monthly challenges such as this are a bright spot. 🙂
My photo for Last on the Card for the month of August:
I didn’t really like how this coloring picture turned out, but having started it, I figured why not “carry it on to completion?” It’s an off-center photo too, but oh well.
If you want, post a link to your own coloring or drawing!
Memories of July and Years Ago
My photo for Last on the Card for the month of July: a psalm from my Liturgy of the Hours prayer book. I wrote a poem about this, too, that morning.
as a child has rest trusting in its parents' love and in provision -- this goal seems unreachable except by power of God yet I remember: distrusting did not exist when I was a child