A Year in The Life.

Have a Laugh, 2020. Original Photo by SnapDragon X.
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Top of the mornin’ to ya, lovelies! I hope this day finds you well.

Today is an exciting day for yours truly.

Because I’ve decided it’s Day One of. . .

A Year in The Life of SnapDragon!

(crickets)

It’s cool. You don’t need to mark your calendars or anything. It’s just a little goal I have for myself.

I’m pretty old-school when it comes to social media. (See my previous comments about paranoia.) You won’t find photos of my wedding or baby on the internet for all to see. I think some things are better left undocumented. (This is in no way a slight against those who do. I realize that I am in the minority here. Again, see previous comments about me being an odd bird.)

Anyway, I’ve decided to capture one entire year’s worth of photos, one for each and every day.

The little things. The daily treats and treasures.

The–ahemsnippets of my everyday.

For instance, like this delicious glass of coldbrew I just poured, in my favorite Ass Clown glass. (Ass Clown is a craft brewery in North Carolina. They are as fun as the name suggests.)

Because perhaps T. S. Elliot was onto something with the thought of our lives being measured out with coffee spoons.

Here. we. go.

. . .

SnapDragon is a woman who enjoys watching the butter melt into the nooks and crannies of an English Muffin.

Follow her Two-Bit Musings and more on Snippets of SnapDragon.

Find her Year in The Life photos @snippetsofsnapdragon.

26 Comments

  1. First of all, I love the brewery name and the souvenir – and there is no way that place is not a blast!! πŸ˜‰ haha

    Love the idea of seeing all the little treats and treasures – THESE are what makes life good and rich and fun and most times, they’re overlooked.

    Cheers and have fun with it! πŸ™‚

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  2. Girl, how do I contact you? For a one-on-one convo, I mean… I can’t find a comment link anywhere (but also am not very social media savvy, and may just be dense).

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