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Photo-a-Day Challenge Recap

Day 1 - June 10 - guilty pleasure
Day 2 - June 11 - love
Day 3 - June 12 - summer
Day 4 - June 13 - books
Day 5 - June 14 - friendship
Day 6 - June 15 - childhood
Day 7 - June 16 - food
Day 8 - June 17 - inspire
Day 9 - June 18 - stripes
Day 10 - June 19 - obsession
Day 11 - June 20 - self
Day 12 - June 21- nature
Day 13 - June 22 - home
Day 14 - June 23 - favorite color
Day 15 - June 24 - movement
Day 16 - June 25 - art
Day 18 - June 26 - toys
Day 19 - June 27 - your handwriting
Day 20 - June 28 - looking out
Day 21 - June 29 - dinner/lunch/breakfast or snack
Day 22 - June 30 - hero

I started off strong posting every day but the last few days went by and I had to catch up on the 30th.  I really enjoyed taking new photos and digging back for ones that instantly reminded me of that day's theme.


  1. Thanks so much for joining in Amelia! I had to do a little catching up myself. lol Crazy how fast time can fly by. Whew!

  2. Thanks for hosting, it was fun!


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