It's not like I have anything else to do
I'm sure by now that Tara thinks I'm about ready to propose marriage to my new camera, but let me assure you that it's not quite that bad. We're just dating is all. You know how it is when you get a new flame in your life. Maybe it's a new car, or the latest advancement in scrapbooking technology, or this month's issue of Teen People magazine -- whatever floats your boat. At first you're all starry eyed and can't stop being with each other. You stay up late talking about your feelings and pushing each other's buttons. You have a few great weeks or months together and then before you know it the bloom is off the rose and you find yourselves avoiding each other at dinner. You finally end up eyeing the next new thing in the browser window of your favorite internet retailer and just like that, the magic is over.

This is not an allegory for my marriage, in case you're worried. Rather it's my way of saying that, for now, I've embarked on a quest to post at least one new photo per day on my flickr account. In effect you'll get 366 consecutive days of new content right here on this blog. Fantastic, eh? That should be more than enough excuse for me to avoid writing anything new for a couple of months. A win-win if you ask me. All you have to do is scroll down to see the photos below on the little widget, or keep an eye on my photostream. Some days will have more than one photo, of course, but I'm going to try my best to not skip a day and I'll pick just one best-of-the-day to add to the 365+1 set. Wish me luck, and leave a comment if you like anything I post. Right about this time next month I'll probably be completely regretting this idea so I need comments to keep me going. I crave your attention and acceptance.