I almost didn’t join in this week. The theme was the very bane of my existence.
I love food with a serious passion. And if someone else prepares it all the better.
But the worst time of day for me–every single day–is 5:00 p.m.
I’m tired. Hungry. Irritable. And fixing dinner is the very last thing I want to do. And I’m sort of a food snob, so if we do eat, there is a high standard it has to pass.
Our family changed to an all natural diet two years ago and its made an incredible difference in our life–BUT, it also means that everything we cook is from scratch. Which means more work. It also means happier healthier bodies, but sometimes that’s hard to remember when you have a kid you’re trying to keep from climbing the stove, your husband is working late, and cooking means at least 30-60 minutes of juggling and hoping for a miracle.
My resolution for 2012 is to do better at menu planning and making this a happier time of day like it should be. Maybe this can help.
Photo Specs: Nikon D7000, Fisheye lens, ISO 3200, f7, 1/250 on timer. The camera is in the fridge.
Check out Rhonda’s image this week HERE. (Remember I mixed last week up so we’re off from each other once more this week!).
Check out all the previous weeks of the project HERE.
I explain the project HERE.
Brooke Snow is a Lifestyle photographer in Cache Valley, Utah. Someday she’s going to be able to say that she is a rockin awesome gourmet cook who dances around the kitchen singing happy tunes while baking and cooking in such an admirable fashion. People will even ask her for recipes, and secretly hope that they get invited over for meals. Until then, she’s a wannabe chef who is hoping her pot of creativity and ambition will boil over at any moment!
Brooke teaches inspiring online photography classes that bring you confidence in your skills and creativity.
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