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1 Day 1 World Project: 10:00 pm – 11:00 pm

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I’m not really a night person so a good evening for me means lights out by 10:00 pm.  Summers are tough because it’s not dark yet but our mornings still start bright and early so finding some interesting material to post over the next few weeks is going to be quite a challenge. 🙂

This week I thought about taking a picture of the book I’m reading but I couldn’t get a good shot of the Kindle screen and I started to worry this would be a really boring post talking about nothing at all.  Lucky for you my whole family is having fun thinking of ideas each week and today’s photos are thanks to John’s prompt and Ryan’s Elementary school P.T.A.

A few years ago the Parent Teacher Association gave every student a Dream Journal encouraging them to think big and record their thoughts.  The image above is a photo of the front cover, inside are blank pages with inspirational quotes in the corners and the tagline “DREAM every day.”  The back cover is below.

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So, instead of sleeping at 10:00 I am talking about dreams and hoping we all set aside a few minutes each week to record our thoughts and capture our stories.

If you have a photo or story to share about your 10:00 pm hour I’d love to see it!   Please tag your post 1 Day 1 World Project for easy reader searches and/or link your post in a comment below so we can all enjoy the view. Together we’ll build a virtual 24 hour day filled with images from around the world.

If you’re new to the 1 Day 1 World Project please take a look at my introductory post here.  This 10:00 pm post will remain open for submissions until the end of Saturday, July 19th and a new post for the 11:00 pm hour will open for entries Sunday, July 20th.

More 10:00 pm views from around the world:

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43 thoughts on “1 Day 1 World Project: 10:00 pm – 11:00 pm

  1. I just published last week’s today! LOL – http://weliveinaflat.com/blog/dog-lobbies-better-food/ – aiming to post this week’s tomorrow. so that I will be earlier for once!! Night shots are totally hard. I have been doing mine at home… and playing around with the manual functions of my non-dslr camera (lol) instead of auto… it’s really hard so the focus is off, bleah~ Nights are good for reflection, but its hard to get into the mood for me, hoho~ too hyper these days…


  2. That works, Lisa 🙂 I’m seldom in bed before midnight and I still struggle to find time to post, but I did manage it last week, so you never know. Family help is very useful 🙂


  3. What a cool idea about recording your thoughts, or dreams, Lisa. They say that most of the time you cannot remember your dreams when you awake from a deep, restful sleep. Recording thoughts is obviously an easier task. I wish I could say that about some of the dreams I have had. When I analyzed them I usually find they were connected to the stress level in my life. Then there are the dreams that keep happening. The dream world of the brain can be very bizarre. Patrick


  4. […] Like Lisa in Edmond, Washington State, who came up with the 1 Day 1 World Project, I tend to think that 10pm is time for bed. Last night I was up a bit later, because Bryan had been out to play practice again (it will be  performed next month). There was Nothing On TV or at least, nothing I wanted to see, and it was too cold to be anywhere but by the fire. So I put a music DVD (Nirvana, on the In Utero tour) on and did some drawing with pigma pens and watercolour, and then switched to spinning alpaca fleece into yarn. It looks like steel wool, but it’s as soft as down. […]


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