Hello. Once again it’s time for PJ’s monthly photo challenge. March’s prompt was Nine to commemorate how many years he’s been doing this challenge. As it’s already April 2nd now and I’m late to the link up party, this should give you a hint of how my month went. Truth be told, I took one photo early and then promptly forgot to finish until yesterday. The rest were taken from what I took this month and adapted to fit the theme.
This was the only planned photo for the month. Nine little sprouts of daffodils early in March. My daffodils always remind me spring is on the way….even with the snow and freezing temperature shenanigans Mother Nature and Old Man Winter like to play this time of year in middle Missouri.
A follow up to the first shot shows nine daffs on my dining room table. There are more of them, but nine was all I needed for this shot. There are really nine, one is hidden behind the center double one.
Twix’s second grade had a music program in March themed Rock and Roll. Here is Twix with her best 8-year-old interpretation of a 1980-90s rocker chick. The only thing missing is the heavy Pat Benatar eye makeup…and maybe some pink hair coloring.
This was taken nine days before the end of the month. Seriously, it was. I laughed when I saw the time stamp. Sometimes the fates are kind. It was on the way home from Twix’s second grade music program.
Some of you saw my two previous posts about Baby B…the infant my foster friend has taken in until an adoption can be arranged. She is beautiful and we had so much fun taking newborn shots of her. Here is a collage of nine faces of Baby B.
So I can’t help but think I cheated a bit this month since I was not intentional in my photography choices. Honestly, I have no idea where my time goes. I hope to do a better job for April’s prompt.
We would love to grow this challenge so I encourage anyone who loves to take photos to give it a try! Five shots centered around a monthly prompt. Post and done! And, as you can see, it’s possible to adapt photos to themes if necessary! 🤣