The last installment of my February Challenge.
La Jolla Village.
I spent my day at work until very late with little/no photo ops. At home, however, everything on my fridge makes me smile, sometimes it’s the little things that catch your eye.
Sun, palm trees and the trolley, in downtown San Diego.
A walk through the gaslamp quarter.
San Diego County Building, on the way to the airport.
Health experts explaining science and biology at UCSF. I won’t lie, it was more science than I’ve heard in the past 20 years combined.
Visiting my family. It might have been my sister’s birthday, by that doesn’t stop the selfies from flying – my brother, his daughter and me.
I changed my flight at the last minute and flew back a day early. Little did I know how gorgeous the sunset would be over the Bay Area as we left.
Taking a photo each day began to be a good way to preserve each moment. Time goes by so fast, it can easily become a blur without the little moments that can help capture it. Having proof of each day doesn’t slow time down, but it does help me remember each day a little more. The ability to be creative and use pictures to express my time made up for all the work I put into the January Challenge.