Sunday, March 28, 2010

Sunday Stills: A Day in the Life

Ed's challenge was to illustrate how we spend a day -- limited to four pictures and no archive shots permitted.

Wednesday, March 24
Somewhere in suburban Portland, Oregon:

First order of this and every day: walk the dog.


Newspaper and coffee before venturing out.


Barn day: groom, tack up, and ride (Phantom looks thrilled).


After dinner it's time to work on my current YA novel.


See how other's met the challenge at Sunday Stills.

5 comments:

Far Side of Fifty said...

Thanks for taking us along on your day! Is your dog a Blue Merle Sheltie..if so he or she is beautiful! You live in one of the most beautiful areas of the country..and it looks like spring there too..I spied the tulips!! :)

morephotosplease said...

Wow, how big is that screen? Nice pictures and nice blog about your day.

Rising Rainbow said...

The best part of any day for me is the horse. Looks like yours is patiently waiting for whatever comes next.

allhorsestuff said...

Phantom does look happy!
Nice day...that screen is nice and large!
The paper made me cringe..the other side of it happened to me..the massage dude that got caught..I have to call tomorrow and talk to the detective...it has kinda taken my life over for a while.
All for the good~
KK

Oregon Equestrian said...

Thanks all for reading and commenting on my blog post.

Indy is a 3-year-old blue merle Sheltie (my second). He is endlessly entertaining.

I traded in my old Mac on this new iMac, which meant I could afford the next model up. The screen is humongous!

Phantom is a willing partner and does very well in spite of my riding.

Kacy: Hope all goes well with the case. Sorry to hear you were involved in it. Yuk!