Nothing is getting done in my life – or that’s what it feels like anyway. I have a bunch of projects at various stages and others I’d love to do, but dare not start until I finish some. Kitchen is a project. I got new counters! Due to sticker shock, time, and potential for mess, cabinets and tile remain unchanged.
Time flies so fast, June is almost over when it feels like it’s barely begun. So here is my last minute observance of Dairy Month with my new counters as a background. I paid for them, so I might as well use them for everything I can. The cup is actually a small, somewhat child-sized version of the big ones I inherited from my Grandma. Old meets new and life moves on. (Yes, this is my first still life in awhile and I need practice.)
As I’ve mentioned in the past, I grew up in 4-H (suburban 4-H, we didn’t even have a cat back then) and spent the month of June promoting dairy like crazy. Cow spots everywhere (I had a scrunchie). So in honor of good old Dairy Month, here’s a picture of milk and cookies. I ate them while editing.
June is Dairy Month. Or at least that’s what we Midwestern 4-H kids used to celebrate it as a decade or more ago. (Yes, I was in 4-H. No, I did not live on a farm. No, I did not have animals.) Why did I think of this more this year than the last 5 Junes I’ve been blogging? It might just be all the old photos my sister scanned and gave me. Whatever the catalyst, my inner dairy promoter was awakened and I started to worry I wasn’t getting enough calcium. So I’m drinking a glass of milk every day this month. I’m not going to photograph them all (I thought about it, but that got boring fast). Anyway, here are some quick shots of some of the milk I did drink.
Happy Dairy Month!
Next Time: Train or More Milk
Which one depends on how things go. Milk can get boring, but I had a fun idea for a more fancy milk shot.
Spring is playing hide and seek with us. One day, it looks like Spring is finally here! . . . then we get four inches of snow again. Unfortunately, that means no nature photos yet. So I turned to one of my favorite indoor subjects – mugs. This little mug/teacup/coffee cup is one I’ve had for a long time. Since it is rather old, I decided to go with a vintage theme and photograph it on a table from the 1970s with the matching china cabinet behind.
I also shot it with a tea canister that includes many of the same colors. However, I think I like the photo of the teacup by itself better.
Next Time: More Mugs or Finally The Great Outdoors