How lucky am I that I get to drive down Waterfront Drive each morning? I've written before about my drive to work and the significant structures that I pass - the Canadian Human Rights Museum, Shaw Park Baseball complex, the former Wellington West headquarters.
This week, I documented some of the other sights - Stephen Juba Park monument, grafitti, condos, trees. It's a beautiful way to start the day.
Check out what we're blogging about this week over at botanicalpaperworks.com:
Last week on the Botanical PaperWorks blog, we featured a how-to post called DIY Plantable Paper Christmas Ornaments. We actually wrote the project and shot the photos way back in May! Here I am mimicking a tree:
You do what you have to do when a craft project needs shooting and someone has to hold them up like a tree. My fingers were cramping as I attempted to hold these beautiful orbs completely still. Amber was crouched down at the top of a metal catwalk with a breeze coming up from the production floor. I'm just glad that neither of us lost our footing!
This post is part of a regular series called Snapshot of a regular day that featured behind-the-scenes at my company, Botanical PaperWorks.
I'm at Starbucks, catching up on emails and doing my thinking work. A little notebook is my constant companion and repository of ideas, to do's and other thoughts. I'm transferring the notes from my notebook to my master to do list on my computer. Some ideas I chuck, some I add to my Someday/Maybe list and some I create projects around and plan to get moving on them. No matter what, I try to have a constant stream of ideas so that out of the flow, I can pick out the gems.