30-Day Photo Challenge: Day Twenty Eight, Twenty Nine &Thirty

Day Twenty Eight: A picture of something you’re afraid of.

*image from google
I have this huge fear that one day a tornado is going to come and rip my house to shreds. It’s this really deep-rooted fear, too. So much so that if I see my area is under a tornado warning or watch, I have this dread built up in my stomach that makes me want to vomit. As a child it would suppress my appetite and I would sit around staring out of the windows in fear. Now, as an adult, it simply lingers in my head and serves as a major distraction.

Day Twenty Nine: A picture that can always make you smile.

HA! “Camel” toe!

Day Thirty: A picture of someone you miss.

This was my best friend in high school. We are still friends to this day, only I live in Texas and she lives in Minnesota. Some times I wish we could have a day to spend together like in old times, goofing off and having fun. Maybe one of these days!


30-Day Photo Challenge:Day Twenty Six & Twenty Seven

Day Twenty Six: A picture of something that means a lot you.

That’s my kitty Rusty. My husband got him when we were first dating, so he’s sort of come to symbolize our relationship, in a way. It’s a good thing I moved in when I did, too, because my husband didn’t think to give him a bowl of water!

Day Twenty Seven: A picture of yourself and a family member.

Here’s me and my little girl. Although she’s not that little anymore. Even though I have a newborn, I still think of her as my little baby.

30-Day Photo Challenge: Day Twenty Three, Twenty Four & Twenty Five

Day Twenty Three: A picture of your favorite book.


Day Twenty Four: A picture of something you wish you could change.

My hair! I haven’t gotten it cut in over 2 years! It’s in terrible need of some TLC. Thankfully, my MIL got me a trip to the salon for a cut and color for a Christmas gift yesterday, so I’ll be able to take care of that at least!

Day Twenty Five: A picture of your day.

My day today will be spent going through this huge mound of presents my kiddos hauled in this year. I literally think we’re going to need to rent the house next door to be able to find room for everything! Among other things, this weekend will be all about cleaning and sorting out the old toys to make room for the new ones.