My Saturday. A picture (or a few) an hour.
8am-Shut off my alarm on the nightstand. It was hard to get up because I stayed up late reading this photography book. (I went back to sleep and actually got up at 8:30am).
9am-Stayed in bed to read.
10am-Had coffee and an apple and caught up on internets stuff.
11am-Made a very late breakfast with Neal.
12pm-French toast (using the Vegg) with a strawberry sauce.
1pm-Read more. A different book. I am a multi-book reader.
2pm-Started a hike at Sweetwater Creek State Park.
4pm-Traveled back down the trail. The dogs were pooped after climbing rocks and wading in the creek.
7pm–Coconut bacon finished baking. This was my first time making it. I think my coconut flakes were thicker than Cobi’s on Veggietorials, but they came out DEE-licious either way! They were slightly crispy in some places and chewier in others (much like real bacon). I will definitely make these again.
8pm-A little relaxing and reading after a shower.
9pm-Neal prepared our late dinner of sushi rolls. He made a variety of rolls with cucumber, avocado, coconut bacon, shiitake mushroom, carrots and tofu.
10pm-Watched the end of a silly “Ghost Adventures” show before watching “48 hours”.
I had an alarm set on my phone to go off every hour and when it went off, I snapped a pic (or a few) of whatever I was looking at at that moment. I had to estimate the hours during the hike based on when we left the car and got back though because I did not have my phone with me. I really enjoy documenting the world in pictures and I’m trying to improve my photography of things other than food, so I might revisit this picture an hour project again.