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Weekly Pixels #26


Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

This is an update in my Weekly Pixels series, a weekly photo project for managing my family’s digital files in lieu of printed photos. At the end of the year I will create a yearbook out of my images. Here’s what the first week of July looked like for us.

We finally ended a monthlong streak of reading Curious George bedtime stories. I’m so thankful for a break because, let’s face it, George is a walking disaster.

Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Bedtime rituals for Alexa, and graduating to a big-kid cup.

Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

All meetings should have food.

Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Doodlin.’

Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Bullseye.

Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

We have new neighbors. They seem like nice people. Nice people who leave ceramic deer lying in their garden.

Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Date day! A rare day indeed!

Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

We dined at our favorite Indian restaurant and talked about adult topics. I didn’t have to cut up anyone’s chicken or remind anyone to eat their vegetables. In other words, awesome.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

A stroll at the Harbor.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Standing strong.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

The perfect day for windsurfing.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

It marks the spot.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

This little one randomly tells me “I love you” now. Then again, she also says “I don’t like you.”

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Backlit green canopy.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

A gift from a 4-year-old is one to cherish.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Eff yeah! Pastries for breakfast!

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Letting our flag fly high.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

She wanted to splash in the water, we wanted to barbecue. Why not do both?

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

We saw quite the display from our hillside neighborhood on July Fourth. Illegal/shmegal. It was fun to watch.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

P.S. Past photo projects: 2012, 2013, 2014

P.P.S. Follow me on Instagram for more photos.

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Weekly Pixels #26


Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

This is an update in my Weekly Pixels series, a weekly photo project for managing my family’s digital files in lieu of printed photos. At the end of the year I will create a yearbook out of my images. Here’s what the first week of July looked like for us.

We finally ended a monthlong streak of reading Curious George bedtime stories. I’m so thankful for a break because, let’s face it, George is a walking disaster.

Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Bedtime rituals for Alexa, and graduating to a big-kid cup.

Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

All meetings should have food.

Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Doodlin.’

Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Bullseye.

Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

We have new neighbors. They seem like nice people. Nice people who leave ceramic deer lying in their garden.

Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Date day! A rare day indeed!

Weekly Pixels • Weekly Photo Project for 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

We dined at our favorite Indian restaurant and talked about adult topics. I didn’t have to cut up anyone’s chicken or remind anyone to eat their vegetables. In other words, awesome.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

A stroll at the Harbor.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Standing strong.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

The perfect day for windsurfing.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

It marks the spot.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

This little one randomly tells me “I love you” now. Then again, she also says “I don’t like you.”

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Backlit green canopy.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

A gift from a 4-year-old is one to cherish.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Eff yeah! Pastries for breakfast!

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

Letting our flag fly high.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

She wanted to splash in the water, we wanted to barbecue. Why not do both?

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

We saw quite the display from our hillside neighborhood on July Fourth. Illegal/shmegal. It was fun to watch.

Weekly Pixels #26 • 2015 • littlegoldpixel.com

P.S. Past photo projects: 2012, 2013, 2014

P.P.S. Follow me on Instagram for more photos.