Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Ten on Ten {on the 11th}

Take a photo every hour for ten consecutive hours on the tenth of each month. Document a day of your life and find beauty among the ordinary moments. Then share your beauty with us!
Mark your calenders so you can link up next month at
I have seen Mel at the Larson Lingo do this before and then a few days ago I just happened to stumble upon the website. Let me just say I have looked at a few other posts linked up and they are amazing!
Here's my ten on ten.......
Bag to donate to Goodwill, finally cleaned and organized my closet.
{notice Madi stealing the flowers}
The everyday.
She loves drinking from a big girl cup
please excuse this monstrosity of a picture. NO natural light and shaky hands equals seven horrible photos of my sewing machine and a dress I am making for Madison.
Walking to lunch to meet my mom at a local bar and grill.
cool fixtures at every table at the restaurant
checking the mail, her favorite time of the day.

cleaning potties, notice the hideous 80's tile floor. I can't wait to own a house!
Madison noticed this on our afternoon walk.

Doing this truly does open your eyes to what becomes the routine, I am going to pay attention to the small things more often, because the more I pay attention the happier it makes me!


  1. great pics! I'm about to end my stay at home mom days :(
    these pics make me reminisce about my kiddos being little (my youngest is turning 5!). Enjoy. Sweet blog.

  2. Doesn't purging feel so good? Cool butterfly shot. Thanks for sharing your ten!

  3. Nice 10. I love the cleaning shots. So real.

  4. Gorgeous pictures, love the butterfly and checking the mail pictures.

  5. Yay! So glad you did 10 on 10 this month! Isn't it fun? And, I LOVE cleaning out closets & donating to good is so freeing! :)

  6. Thank you all for the sweet comments, they always make my day!

  7. Fabulous pictures!

    (love the cleaning ones)

    Blessings on your day.

  8. What an awesome idea! I'll have to steal that one next month if I remember it!