Day 176 of my Bucket List Photo Challenge!
For the word self, I was planning on taking a picture of myself. And then proceed to make fun of everyone that does that. I guess they’re called selfies.
Seriously? You’re over the age of 17 and you’re going to pose for a picture, while you hold your cellphone camera at arm’s length? And, really, I don’t approve of it for people under the age of 17, either.
Instead, I decided to share a time that I was very please with my self. The above photo, although blurry as all hell, is one of my letters that has been printed in USA Today.
Let’s call this photo SELF and knock that word off the list!
Here is the complete list for the month of June:
Sky Handwriting Skyline Cheese Shadow Early Summertime Bedhead Water Silly
Event Hot Totally
Imperfect Thinking Books Decorate Angle Door View Soft Shopping Citrus
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