2015 365 Project The Kennedy Family

I've taken a photo a day every day since 2009. Multiple cameras, multiple subjects. They represent the parts and pieces of our life. The big moments and the small details. Here is our 2015 collection of photos. Some are blurry, some are less than perfect, but they are all loved.

They all tell our story.

January 2015

The house chicken moved in. There were concerts to attend, cakes with Kylie, and pictures to be taken of little girls and life details.

February 2015

Ian said goodbye to his friends at LDV and we began homeschooling.

March 2015

Adjusting to homeschool and physical therapy for Ian's lucky foot. Spending time at the Capitol in support of AB1369, the dyslexia bill.

April 2015

Time with friends. A trip to Kansas and Missouri and the zoo. A visit from Mumzy and time in the garden.

May 2015

Delivering May Day flowers, rolling sushi, transplanting watermelons, and cleaning out the house with the KonMari method.

June 2015

Awwwww. Summer. Time with friends. Time for the garden. Time for walks in our neighborhood.

July 2015

Roadtrip to Portland for World Domination Summit. Home for Ian's 10th birthday at iDTech Camp. We picked him up for our traditional Lucky Cafe breakfast.

August 2015

Winding down summer with visits from friends and family. A quick work trip to Redding followed by a smokey trip to the Northern California Coast.

September 2015

4th grade at home begins! We visited the Story Corps event which turned into a visit to Capitol Public Radio.

October 2015

Photo walks, first birthdays, chapter books read, and Halloween.

November 2015

We make an appearance on Capitol Public Radio all about dyslexia. Birthday jubilee outings with photos walks with friends and family. And some work.

December 2015

Happy December! Lights, lights, presents, and family.

Created By
Katrina Kennedy
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Credits:

My 365 Project for 2015. CaptureYour365.com

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