It remains true that by the end of the week, the pictures begin to lessen, and the energy to keep up with the project begins to wain. I'm thankful that I stuck with it, as I captured a few special moments that otherwise would've been missed.
That said, going into this week without a plan has allowed for a bit of freedom, but it also worked against me a little bit. Overall, super happy I plunged in and took this project on again, but I wish I would've been more diligent with journaling certain thoughts or writing down deeper details of a particular picture. But, for this time, it is what it is, and I'm happy with the results, nonetheless.
Because we're still in summertime, our weekend didn't look much different than the previous days already photographed. Brad was around more, and a little extra work was done, but really it was just another two days of us being us.
Thanks for following along this week, and every other day. I'm starting to rethink about how I document and share and scrapbook, and I'm already making some new plans for next year. This blog is right at the top of the "must do" list and is going to become more and more significant in how I record our history. This Week in the Life project will remain a central project in those memory keeping plans. Thanks for caring enough to keep up!