~ Lunch ~
Cheddar cheese and Branston pickle on Warburton’s Seeded Batch, followed by a Granny Smith’s apple.
Anyone detect that I’m struggling with 365:2010 of late?
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7 thoughts on “236/365”
I hadn't sensed it, but I'm sorry to hear it. Perhaps the changing season will help. Is there something special you could do to give you camera fodder? Or is there just a new way of looking at something very everyday that you haven't yet photographed – like your toothbrush or hairbrush, for example?
I have to say, this is a fab close-up shot, it looks great 🙂
Struggling here too. To be honest I'll be glad when it's finished!! Sarnies look good. I might have to have that tomorrow :0)
I know what you mean! I've got all the writing for my tag books up to date but there have been some days where I haven't taken photos – think I'll be filling in with things in the house. Lunch looks good though! :o) x
Ruth you are funny, now you know why I never commit to anything…..like pink Saturdays etc. just go along at my own pace. I will say though your lunch looks very good…..:-)Hugs
Oh Ruth Sweetie…
You are so darn cute. I love to see what you are up to.
I have never heard of Warburton's seeded Batch. Looks like a sandwich, but explain please. I love Granny Smith apples, but I have never heard of the seeded bread.
Now with all that your DS gets into and the lovely scenery around you, how could you be struggling. I love seeing everything around you and Liz. You have such beautiful country side there.
Hope you are well sweet friend. Have a gorgeous day.
Many hugs and much love, Sherry
I'm giggling with that comment – you are doing so well Ruth … there is no way I could keep up with 365! C'mon ….. you are almost there – isn't that a scary thought?
I think you are doing brilliantly! Your photos always have a story or make a great point so I'm cheering you on to make it through to the end.