A day in the life

Day 15, Wednesday: A Day in the life (include photos from throughout your typical day – this could be “a photo an hour” if you’d like).

I tried to remember to take photos throughout my day. Here is a snapshot into my life.


My work desk.


Everyday at work, I am in charge of getting and opening the mail at noon.


Between 1 -2 p.m. is when I typically eat lunch. Today I ate on the rooftop garden. It was gorgeous.


I needed a late afternoon pick me up today. I opted for what I call “weekend coffee”, coffee poured over a little bit of vanilla ice cream with a dash of cinnamon.


This is the outside of my work. What it looks like after 6 pm on a spring day.


I pass Matt’s every day on my way home from work.


Almost home! Crossing over 35W.


This is my home. I call it The Castle. My roommates and I live in the Cave of the Castle. We have the entire garden level floor.


My bed and bedroom. You are correct.. I never make my bed. I think it is pointless, unless I wash my bedding.


Sometimes my dinners are fancy home cooked meals and sometimes they are sandwiches.


One of the first things I do when I am relaxing at home is to put on my slippers.

If you documented your day in photos, what would we see?

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