Catch the Moment 366 Week 2 #CatchtheMoment366

Catch the Moment 366 - Week 2 - Day 14 - Traditional Landscape

I’m excited that we already here to share Catch the Moment 366 Week 2.  It seems to have flown by already.  I hope more of you will join in with us this year, remember that it’s never do late to start and that if you miss a day it’s completely okay. Still share with us and let us see what you did happen to capture.  

I, one of your lovely co-hosts, did miss a day this week and here I thought I was doing really well this year.  Dangit!  But we push on and share and try again next week for the full week.  

Catch the Moment 366 Week 2

Catch the Moment 366 Week 2 - Day 8 - Current Book, Local History

Day 8 – Friday, January 8th – Jason got me this book, Building the Columbia River Highway, for Christmas while we were at Costco during December and I was so excited to read it.  I ended up flying through it in just a couple days and enjoyed it.  There were some parts about the actual road that I found boring, but for the most part, I completely loved it!  I love reading local history!  

Catch the Moment 366 Week 2 - Day 9 - Watch Resized

Day 9 – Saturday, January 9th – My lovely Teresa got me this amazing watch Guess women’s watch that had been sitting on my Amazon Wish List for several years for Christmas and we finally took it into Fred Meyer to get it resized.  She had to take out all the extra links and it still is a bit loose.  Dang small wrists.  

Catch the Moment 366 Week 2 - Day 10 - Current Book, Dean Koontz

Day 10 – Sunday, January 10th – Now my current book, Odd Apocalypse by Dean Koontz.  I love Dean Koontz, but I especially love his Odd Thomas series.  This one has been sitting on my shelf for quite some time awaiting me to pull it down to devour it.

Catch the Moment 366 Week 2 - Day 11 - Me Working the Puzzle

Day 11 – Monday, January 11th – I had Jason bring over the camera to me while I was doing the current puzzle and instead he took a few shots while he was over and I deemed some of his good enough for the picture of the day.  

Day 12 – Tuesday, January 12th – This was the day I missed, I have no idea why.  It makes me sad though.

Catch the Moment 366 Week 2 - Day 13 - Owl Laptop Skin

Day 13 – Wednesday, January 13th – Jason got me this cute owl skin for my laptop that I again had my amazon wish list.  My laptop is a slightly odd size it would seem; as none of the sizes would have been a perfect fit, so we went with a little black on the sides.

Catch the Moment 366 Week 2 - Day 14 - Traditional Landscape

Day 14 – Thursday, January 14th – Jason had floating Holidays we had to take or lose before his one year anniversary at work (which is January 20th), so he happily had Thursday and Friday. We went first to the book sale at the local library, which I got a hoard of books happily, which you may have seen if you follow me on instagram.  Then I needed to go get a landscape shot for the 52 Week Photo Challenge.  It was pouring down rain and chilly, and overcast, so you really couldn’t see a lot, but I was pretty happy with this shot in the end.  This is the I-5 Bridge that separates Washington and Oregon.

How was your week?

Link up below with your amazing week of photos and share them with the world. More importantly, me! I’ll make sure to come and comment to each and every single one. More reason to link up each week! 😉

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  • aprilaakre

    I love the owl cover for your laptop. Your watch is really pretty. Have a good week

  • Ooh I LOVE that watch!! Very classy. And great shot of the bridge!

    • Thanks Miranda – i was so super giddy to see that watch when I opened the package. I’ve wanted it forever! And thanks on the bridge, the more I see the picture the more I fall in love with it and was really worried with the weather I’d get no good shots.

  • Kim |

    Fun photos this week! Love the whole idea behind the first. In my early twenties I left my hometown and moved half way across the country which made me feel so unrooted. I finally found after a few years that really diving into the local history via books makes you feel so much more connected. I’ve been enjoying doing the same with my hometown too. I totally appreciate how much fun it is to read about!

    • It is. It’s so fun to think about how it all started and knowing where they are talking about is a huge plus. Reading that book made me want to take some of those older roads soon to just say hey I remember that from the book!