Wednesday, February 2, 2011

30 Day Dare- Month 2- A Picture is worth a thousand posts

The vegan challenge went off without a hitch and I'm happy to say that I'll be maintaining a vegetarian/as-vegan-as-I-can lifestyle. I didn't anticipate a simple idea derived out of writers block to change me the way it has thus far. I'm still not really done with the vegan challenge. I want to post all my favorite recipes, do a cooking show type thing with Colleen (my vegan guidance counselor) and do a review of my favorite vegan products. So I haven't given the vegan challenge a proper "farewell" because, well, I'm not quite ready to just yet.
Now! Since it's the start of a new month, it is the start of a new challenge. At first I was going to do 30 days of running or 30 days of sexercise, but what I decided on was 30 days of pictures. I've wanted to get better at taking them so I figured "why not now?!" This also correlated with a city review I've been meaning to do for awhile (my favorite spots in Tucson, restaurants, music venues, clothing stores, etc).

So without further adieu-

Day 1-2 (got a bit of late start after realizing last night around 11 p.m. that it was the 1st of the month)

My morning-



AND! Since my morning would be absolutely unstartable (like that word? I just made it up.) Here's the music that made my heart swell large enough to swallow the day-

4 comments:

TucsonScene.com said...

that rilo song is best listened to while screaming the last half in a parked car, shady alley, windows rolled up. the more voices, the better.

you'll be happy.


;)

Amanda said...

My thoughts EXACTLY!

Molly said...

I'm kinda loving your 30 day challenge ideas. Do you plan to do this all year? Because if the answer is yes, I'll just say

*****WoWzers!*********
Way to go.
What a way to grow in 2011!

Leaving the House in THIS?!?!

Amanda said...

@Molly- Yep! Going to do 30 days every month. Thinking of the next few challenges as I type. I just wanted to see how far I could go and I wanted to look back and think "yeah, 2011, that was a damn good year."