Being on the road gives so many more opportunities for photos that seem new. Now I know this isn’t totally true, right? If you’re just around the house you have to look for capturing things in a new and fresh way. But sometimes, the thought of taking a selfie in my office for the zillionth time? Not so appealing. Ergo, I was grateful for an ultimate tournament. Here are my pages for Saturday:
So much fun to spend the day at Iowa State, brutal winds aside. I’m also grateful to have two more years of high school ultimate to look forward to, as well as opportunities to see Aidan play with her college team (her team is headed to the national championships on Friday.
One of the things I love about the approach I’m taking (courtesy of Ali’s templates) is that it sets do-able limits. It’s not about getting every last loving detail down for all time. It’s about getting a snapshot of a day. And then stringing those together. Limits can set you free, my memory keeping friends.
I’ll share my Sunday pages tomorrow. See you back here then.
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Kimberly O. says
The photo of Cole and Ben totally reminds me of “Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure”… 🙂 That’s so great that mom + camera + sports event = son’s approval!!!
Just took a quick stroll through your pages, CZ, and they’re looking good! I haven’t done a WITL this year, think I may need to do that. Just have to pick a week…and go for it! 😀
“Limits can set you free, my memory keeping friends” – love this! A mid-week cold set the limits for me. I took very, very few photos but I’m gonna roll with it (and fill in with words)!
Janet O says
Neuqua Valley as in Naperville, IL? They’re pretty much a powerhouse in EVERYTHING around here…$$$
Cathy Zielske says
Yep. THAT Nequa. Their boys won the whole tourney; their girls beat our girls to advance to the final, but lost to another powerhouse team.
One of the parents was telling us how big the school was, and how they had so many students to pull from.
Our school has 35-40 per grade. So it’s always amazing to me that we have such a great ultimate program. 🙂
I was thinking the same thing Janet!