Monday, August 11, 2014

 {August} 10 on the 10th

This is what 10 on 10 is all about: taking a photo every hour for ten consecutive hours on the tenth of each month, documenting a day in your life and finding beauty among the ordinary moments. 

I missed 10 on the 10th in July. But I did it in my head and it was lovely. ;) We were in Iowa on the 10th of July - so much going on! 

Things have been good. Actually pretty mellow for the first time in a long time. We've been focusing much of our time and energy on building our photography studio. Every spare afternoon is spent prepping the area to have a foundation poured. It's been a big commitment, and oh-so-exciting! 

The 10th of August happened to be a Sunday. We try to keep Sundays restful and very low key. Often no matter how hard we try, that just doesn't happen. This week though? It totally did. Thankful!

This month is a mixed bag of phone pics and big girl camera pics. ;) I grab whatever I can find to capture the moments. So here we go. 

He's been so busy lately. Having him home all day and (mostly) commitment free all day was amazing. He's makin' the coffee.  

Sunday school is withdrawn at our church, for the month of August, to give teachers a much needed break. Not being at church until 10:45 was quite a change for our family! 

I made a very exciting purchase after church! Reading up on all of the great things it can do... {My first full frame! Camera nerds can squeal with me here...}

I totally match our bathroom

The boys are "making a game"  - the newest craze in the Mc household.

Finding a little window of time to tuck up in a corner and do some reading. Oh this book..... hitting home with impact! 

Trying to convince these guys that rest is good. And that they should rest. {And let mommy rest}. You can see how well that 's working...

My happy little family. It feels complete now. ;) 


Lynda Halliger Otvos (Lynda M O) said...

Looks like a fun day was had by all. I esp like the "resting" photo.

Nicole said...

I'm totally geeking out with you on those cameras. Obviously one is the full frame 600 you bought, but what are the other 2 models?