If you haven't heard about "The 100 Project" it's all about photography.
You can read more here, but the basic idea was the get people from every age to take pictures of their daily lives.
Beyond the one from each age they asked anyone to take pictures of their week from Oct 1-7th 2012.
So I took part.
I did not use a disposable camera but for all my pictures I left all settings on auto and didn't use zoom or any editing.
So here was my week!
Monday Oct. 1
Included running errands (the Samaritan center often has good craft supplies), Women's Ministry meeting at my church and a cupcake from the ladies for my birthday later this month.
Tuesday Oct. 2
Held shopping for my house hold and for the home I help out, setting up some fabric for sewing billfolds to sell in my etsy shop and some fall colors coming in (view out my front door).
Wednesday Oct. 3
Held sewing, tomato picking and was a beautiful day.
Thursday Oct 4
Some here at the home (for mentally challenged adults) had a ball game, and I organized my house and started gathering the things I've bought for Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes for poor children around the world.
Friday Oct. 5
I spent time creating a recipe for caramel apple cheesecake bars to take to church potluck on Saturday and my cat Spooks hung out and watched me cook, as usual.
Saturday Oct 6
The Lord's Sabbath held church, visiting a nearby park I really like and a short trip down Natchez Trace and the scenic route home so we could enjoy the autumn colors. Also another little gift from my church.
Sunday Oct. 7
I sewed some billfolds to go in my etsy shop, relaxed in the evening with my hubby and cat, Spooks, and we brought in all the remaining tomatoes to finish ripening inside because of the cold temps we're getting.
So there ya go, my "100 week" as a 28 year old woman living in middle Tennessee!