Tag Archives: Project 366

Project 366 – Week 46

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reading with curtains
drawn, listening to rain fall
outside the window

317/366
unexpected smiles
and ‘hi’s from sidewalk strangers
what’s up, Vancouver?

318/366
a cashless soci-
ety? not as long as we
still need laundry change

319/366
is the freezer the
greatest invention ever?
I think it might be.

320/366
so dark I could sleep
all day—I think I need a
SAD lamp alarm clock

321/366
woman carrying
an oversized umbrella
hogging the sidewalk

322/366
mushroom lasagna
inspired by reading food blogs
on the interwebs

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Project 366 – Week 45

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a lazy Sunday
reading with popcorn + tea
then a lovely nap.

310/366
the best part about
running in the rain is the
hot shower after 🙂

311/366
after a year of
campaigning, the winner is…
Barack Obama!

312/366
a group of runners
doing hill repeats in the
dark at QE Park

313/366
starting to wonder
if this card is defective
chip error again

314/366
uh-oh! this weekend
I need to NaNoWriMore
and more and more and…

315/366
winter is coming
an unoriginal but true
sentiment today

Project 366 – Week 44

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discovered I have
eight unfinished novels, not
“just” five as I’d thought

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being productive
is more satisfying than
procrastination

304/366
down the hall, knocking:
tap-tap, tap-tap. “open the
door, I can hear you.”

305/366
3-something a.m.
more knocking: thud-thump thud-thump
then: “it’s the police.”

306/366
it’s November 1st
on your mark, get set, go! time
to NaNoWriMo!

307/366
you can’t call someone
a “terrible person” for be-
ing disappointed

308/366
argh, fruit flies! …and then
I  recall the apricot
eye experiments…

Project 366 – Week 43

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october twenty-
first, not bad. first time this year
I turned on the heat.

296/366
snow dusts the tops of
the mountains, outlining the
evergreens in white

297/366
my feet are frosty
a sign perhaps I should start
wearing socks again

298/366 eeeek!
cat? raccoon? no! skunk!!!
hold very still and try to
look non-threatening

299/366
oh, number 3 bus
drunk guys rambling on & on
always an adventure

300/366
just 3 weeks ago
I was still running in shorts
and now? not so much.

301/366 (overheard, on the bus)
“…I’m younger than my
niece…” “MAMA!” “…faces on TV
were getting smaller…”

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whee! I’m in the 300s!

Project 366 – Week 42

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sunday afternoon,
the mall as amusement park
filled with families

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hey, a man calls out
he’s just seen a coyote
running in the rain

290/366
someone underlined
the word ‘glistened,’ wrote in the
margin: shine brightly

291/366
on the left, rubble
and, for a moment, I am
disoriented

292/366
all you will want is
for your satisfactions to
outweigh your regrets

293/366
fingernail of moon
illuminating dark clouds
a Halloween sky

294/366
woken by sudden
pounding rainstorm pummeling
the roof with its fists

Project 366 – Week 41

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it’s thanksgiving eve
tomorrow is thanksgiving
being pedantic

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outside everyone
is acting like it’s summer
on thanksgiving day

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why is the sky brown?
today, a veil of brownish-
gray shrouds the mountains

284/266
on the bright side (heh)
gloomy days are awesome for
productivity

285/266
construction nail gun
goes snap snap snap snap plastic
flaps in the wind snap

286/266
is it too soon to
start complaining about it
being cold & dark?

287/266
the rain stops but the
humidity remains; sweat
seeps from every pore.

Project 366 – Week 40

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still sunny but the
leaves are turning yellow orange
red brown anyway

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and in the midst of
the sawing and hammering,
a house-builder sings

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I guess smokers are
more resistant to the cold
than the rest of us

277/366
waking with windows
closed against chilliness for
the first time since spring

278/366
switching to capris
officially entering
fall running season

279/366
telemarketers,
here’s a pro-tip: do not call
at 3:12 am

280/366
temperature drops
complementary colors
bloom orange against blue