Ben: At the poolside I had my feet in and moving around, feeling the cold and crisp bite of the water, playing with the ripples and small bubbles that came; I was there for a time and had myself some thoughts while also taking some of the sun; it felt warm and nice.
Morgan: Lazy days in the Cofer house.
Rachel: Finally getting to the theatre after walking around DC for a while. Time for RENT!!
Ben: I couldn't help but stay in bed for a day I could, and that was fine because nothing else had any importance that I knew. I laid there, sat up kind of and breathed a bit; there wasn't much that I would want to talk about or bring up, but there was something, I laid a bit and saw how much or thought how much it was and is wonderful to think to myself.
Morgan: It took Amber and I way longer than it should have to lock our bikes together before making the short walk to Belle Isle.
Happy Burfday Amber!
Rachel: Notes, orange juice, and dayquill. I hate being sick.
Ben: "I'll speak with a tongue that isn't mine, and I've been drinking, but that is all right because no one really cares about that any more. Do they?" "No, not really, why ask any way?" "Only because, I care. Don't you?" "Sure I do. But what about you, do you?" "No, not at all, and I know what you're thinking, too, especially after I said that last bit." "And, what's that?" "That I'm slightly, if not, completely hypocritical." "Yeah, sure, so, aren't we all?" "Yeah. I guess you're right. But are some more-so than others?" "There's always someone more-so than some one else, but who cares, right?" "Yeah." "Good." "Get something from the fridge will you?" "I will. What will you like." "Not sure. Surprise me please. I like good surprises." "Alright. I will. But I must warn you, there isn't much." "That's good. I don't like much to begin with." "That's better than I hoped." "I'm glad."
Morgan: Another outdoor workout planned. I'm lovin' this weather.
SameTime is a spontaneous photography project taking direct inspiration from SameTime 7:15 (Michael Lease, Kate Macdonnell, Bryan Martin, Jesse Sommerlatt, Brad Walker, and Soung Wiser; http://www.sametime715.com) This is a year-long commitment from January 1 to January 1. Participants must be dedicated to taking one photo everyday in this time period at the exact time specified. This picture should not be a planned piece of art, but rather serve as a spontaneous, artistic documentation of the place you were in, the people you were with, or an inspirational object near you at this time daily. Participants upload a square format of their daily photo and accompany it with a caption.