I'm feeling quite proud of myself because I've taken part in photo an hour every month for the last year!
The day set for this month's photo an hour was 19th December, and I posted my photos on Twitter and Instagram throughout the day.
Photo an hour is organised by Jane and Louisa and you can find round up posts on both of their blogs.
Here's my day,
8am - Reluctant to leave my house and go to work, but at least the sky was pretty.
9am - Walking through town to get the bus. The day was grey.
10am - I got to work and put the Christmas tree lights on, because priorities.
11am - Essential supplies (phone, chapstick, chocolate biscuits, snack tin, library key).
12pm - Part of our library Christmas display. I had quite a nice day at work, lots of my cute little customers wished me merry Christmas, a customer bought us a box of chocolates and it was actually quiet for once!
1pm - Waiting for my bus home.
2pm - Still waiting for my bus home, there's supposed to be one every 15 minutes, but I sat there for about an hour, and had to buy a bag of crisps to keep me going. While waiting for the bus a small boy referred to me as a 'bus wanker' He could have only been about 10 or 11. By this point I was unimpressed. And cold. And it was raining.
3pm - Finally got home, I had to pick up a few things in town and it would have been rude not to pop into a couple of charity shops. The blouse was off the pound rail and I couldn't resist the kitschtastic donkey!
4pm - Sitting down quietly with a blanket, a super-yummy mini moos vegan chocolate bar (which tasted exactly like a Crunchie!), catching up with an episode of Made in Chelsea.
5pm - Reading some blogs (the one in the photo is Nerd Burger, reviewing some graphic novels and comic books.)
6pm - I can't believe I'd not seen Arthur Christmas before, it's such a lovely film!
7pm - Sooo not a healthy dinner. Although in my defence those are vegetable spring rolls!
8pm - I found The Nightmare Before Christmas on the TV so watched that. I half love and am half terrified by this film, so I was hoping the boy would come home before the most scary bit (with Mr Oogie Boogie) but he didn't, so I had to look at the Christmas tree and think nice thoughts when he came on!
I stopped taking photos here, because I had a little lie down on the sofa then went to bed!
I quite like days like this, where I don't do very much, but they're not very exciting to photograph! I get back from work after 7pm on a Friday, then if I'm working Saturday it's an up-earlier-than-usual bus ride away, so I'm usually pretty sleepy on Saturday afternoons if I've been working in the morning. Add in an hours wait for a bus in the cold and I really wasn't going to move again once I got home!
Did you take part this month?