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One Stop for all Your Christmas Themed Selfies at Selfie Stop

The Selfie Bear at the entrance of Selfie Stop

Tonight we went to the Selfie Stop at the Providence Place Mall. I had seen my friend Nicky from Playing All The Way had gone there with her kids. I asked her about it and she connected me with Joel, the owner. Tonight they were doing a photo shoot in the space to get ready for the grand opening on Friday November 23, 2018. However, Joel said that we coud come through and we got a very special tour from Alyssa. She actually took us through the space twice. The first so we could see it and get a feel for it, te second on a livestream walkthrough. then they let us loose on the place to take whatever photos we wanted to take.

We took a ton of photos there and had such a great time. Here are some of our favorite photos from the trip.

Eva and Andrew

Andrew Taking Photos

Eva and Teddy Bear Continue reading One Stop for all Your Christmas Themed Selfies at Selfie Stop

The Very End of an Era

Final Daily Photo

It has come to an end…..

For the past 13 years I have taken a photo every single day.




Yesterday, I forgot to take one.

The streak is over.

I shot 4749 consecutive daily photos in the past 13 years and five days into year 14…

I forgot to take a photo.

For the first time ever.

Over the past 13 years there have been some photos shot at 11:59pm in sheer panic over missing a day. Over the past 13 years I have had moments where I shot to make an interesting, challenging or artistic shot. Other days I took photos of random things that made no sense or weren’t that compelling as far as images.

In 13 years things have changed immensely. The one constant to my own personal identity has been my daily photos. It was something that I took great pride in doing and as the numbers crept up there I was wondering where and when I would finally stop or even if I’d stop. In the end it wasn’t even a decision, it wasn’t even a thought. I simply forgot and when I woke up this morning I realized that I had forgotten.

I’ve taken daily photos for slightly longer than I’ve been married.

My Photo-A-Day project was the first teenager that I had any involvement in creating.

My children have never known a day without dad’s daily photo.

I don’t really have any other statistics here but my Daily Photo-A-Day project has chronicled our lives for the past 13 years. It was a part of me, a part I was truly proud of. Now the streak is over. I’m not sure what to do. I don’t think that I’ll be starting another one, though.

This doesn’t mean that I will stop blogging. It just means that the little camera head man below won’t be showing up anymore on the daily posts.