Sunday, January 1, 2012

Project 365 for 2012: Day 1/365 - Grammar Be Good

Back in 2008, I learned from my dear friend Beth about a little thing called Project 365. It is basically a challenge to take a photo every day for a year. The purpose? To create a visual diary of a single year in your life. Time moves surprisingly fast, and if I didn't keep a daily account of my comings and goings, I honestly don't think I would remember even half of what I do.

I managed to finish Project 365 in 2008 (video above). Started it in 2009 but fizzled due to extreme busyness. In 2010, I made a concerted effort, but stopped in April because sometime at the end of 2009, I got a crazy hair spiraling out of my cranium and attempted to do a photo AND a video each day. (It was extremely fun to do a video a day though; don't get me wrong. One of my faves is here below.)

For 2012, I'll attempt no such daily video nonsense, but will most definitely be posting daily photos here.

Please feel free to comment! Creative people are feedback junkies; we thrive on pats on the back and constructive criticism. So I welcome your comments as we progress through the year. Many thanks for following! And now, without further adieu...let's begin.


2012 Project 365: Day 1/365 - Grammar Be Good

Project 365: 1/365

How, oh, HOW does a sign get publicly posted with a blaring grammatical error such as this? The "in assure" is bad enough, then let's add the fact that there are capitalization and punctuation problems to boot. ACK.


  1. Haha! I love the picture! Well, there's a "haha" love and a "I just died a little inside at the grammar" reaction. But hey! Yay picture fodder!


  2. Thanks, Midget! Yes, I die a little inside every time I see permanent signs with typos or errors like this. Doesn't anyone PROOF this stuff?

  3. Yay! You're doing Project 365 this year as well! :D

    My goodness. O.O I'd love to take a great big sharpie and fix that sign up this instant. How terrible...

  4. Glad to see you're on as well, Tippie! I shall be following you. :ninja:

  5. The English major in me died when she saw that sign. Hee-hee! Was that photo taken in the Gleneagle area of Colorado Springs? Those buildings in the background look really familiar to me.

  6. It's near America the Beautiful park, sort of near downtown.