Worth 366,000 Words

Worth 366,000 words: 2012 in photos. from Sara Kennedy on Vimeo.

A year of transitions.

Music is as follows (and is available in the Free Music Archive.)

1. J’ai acheté mes bottes en Espagne (I bought my boots in Spain) – Misiaczek
2. Pueblo Duerme  (The village sleeps) – La Barca de Sua
3. Find a Home – Laura Jorgensen

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Two of my favorite ladies, dancing at the Corner Brewery on New Year’s Eve.

Not a high quality photo, necessarily, but a good last memory of a vivid, vivid year.

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Halfway through break, and I’m tackling a big stack of grading… including this paper, which wasn’t eaten by the dog, but was obviously stepped on.

This is the 365th post, but since this year is a leap  year, there will be one last bonus picture tomorrow!

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Walking home in snow & moonlight.

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My birthday present – the scallop shell tattoo I’ve meant to get since the Camino.

It’s used as a waymarker and a symbol of the many international pilgrims whose paths converge at Santiago. This is my second tattoo and one of the few things significant enough that I’d want it on my body forever.

This picture was taken minutes after it was finished, so it’s in non-inflamed monochrome for the faint of heart.

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Lights in the cold air.

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It snowed today – a lot! It was okay, because I didn’t have to drive anywhere. I could walk up to the street and drink coffee and watch the snow, and spend time with a stream of family and friends – some in town for the holidays, and others (like me) who were simply drifting around, bewildered at the unfamiliar sensation of free time.

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Christmas – snow, lights, and family.

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Wrapping presents.

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Family Christmas party today, in the community room at the new senior apartments where my grandparents are moving in.

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