I had a strange dream the other night. I was sitting at a small table in my front yard. The kiddos were playing in the yard, and I was taking pictures of a sandwich on the table. That's right. A sandwich. I was confused for a bit, as I often am in dreams where random and bizarre events are unfolding. But then it hit me. I was taking a picture to finish off a project I was working on.
Then I was on my computer, finishing the first of the "Seven Days" projects. It was called "Seven Sandwiches: Sandwiches to Delight and Inspire." In this project I had created, photographed and written about a sandwich for each day of the week. This of course included ingredients and recipes, and how they tasted. In my dream I recall that every sandwich was delightful and inspiring, hence the title. Very tasty.
When I woke up, I chuckled to myself about how silly such a project would be. Who needs to know about my favorite PBJ, or how to make grilled cheese. But the more I woke up, the more I wondered why not do a seven sandwich project? I also remembered from the dream that this was just the first of the Seven Days Projects. Soon the dream turned into a challenge. A challenge I'll extend to you, dear reader.
Welcome to the Seven Day Project Challenge!
Here are the rules... A project has to cover seven days, and include seven "things". It doesn't have to be seven consecutive days. It doesn't have to be every week. That would burn me out fast. But for a Seven Days project, choose a project and finish it within a set time. A month, for example. Or maybe two or three weeks. You can even do one every couple of months if you want. Or just commit to doing ONE this year! Then contact me and send in your project for review. I'll let you know if and when it will be featured here!
Some of my future projects might include: Seven Days of Birds in My Front Yard - A Photo Essay. Or Seven Days of Triathlon Workouts for the Couch Potato. Or maybe Seven Days of Supper - A Week of Tasty Meals for Families.
You can also suggest ideas for me to do in the future! Be creative. I may just accept YOUR challenge!
Whaddaya say!?! Are you up for Seven Days?
Life is Good, folks. Let's do something with it, shall we?