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Category Archives: Serenity Project

Serenity Project – August – The Way I Was Really Meant to Photograph Flowers

It’s been a few months since I’ve shared anything here.  Life gets busy,  not bad just busy, but sometimes with that hecticView full post »

Serenity Project – April – The Early Signs of Spring {Freelensed}

We had a beautiful couple of days at the lake over the Easter long weekend.  Sunny and warm after so. much. rain.  (In case youView full post »

Serenity Project – March – When March Comes in Like a Lion

Well it’s bound to happen.  We had a lovely, relatively easy winter by Ottawa standards, with lots of mild days (peppered with someView full post »

Serenity Project – February – Alone in the Woods

I used to be a winter person,  but something happens when you get older and you realize that winter is hard.  It’s long, dark andView full post »

Serenity Project – December – Stopping the Car and Taking It All In

Well, here we find ourselves in December, a month with 31 days that feels more like 15.   As a terminal procrastinator, I struggle with allView full post »

Serenity Project – November

Oh my goodness!  Where has the time gone.  It feels as if November is flying by.  I know for a lot of people, November is a gloomy month.View full post »

Serenity Project – October

This fall has proven to be hectic despite the fact that I don’t have to do the back-to-school thing anymore.  Finding time to slow down andView full post »

Serenity Project – September

I am a lazy creature.  I love to put my feet up first thing in the morning with a cup or three of coffee and ease into my day.  This isView full post »

Serenity Project – August

I was so honoured when I was asked by my friend and fellow photographer, Nadeen Flynn, to participate in a monthly photography project andView full post »