Saturday, February 26, 2011

Rape Case

Here's the story. Public reaction here, and victim's reaction here.

I am so angry with this judge's decision that I am shaking as I write this. This is an issue that is deeply personal to me, not because it's ever happened to me (which it hasn't, by the way), but because it has happened to people that I am very close to.

This judge's ruling - and his comments - have made me so angry, I just can't understand how he can keep his position of power with views like his. He has revictimised this woman, and all other women who have been or will be raped. Women are already reluctant to report rape because "women and children already feel shame, already wonder if they couldn't have done something differently. They're afraid they won't be believed and the stink will be on them." -Lindor Reynolds, Winnipeg Free Press writer.

"Women...who have never told anyone [about being raped] will grow even more fearful and mistrustful of the system ... Sexual assault victims often report shame and self-blame, as well as the feeling of having been violated. And the judge's ruling and remarks are likely to deter some from coming forward in the future." -Lorraine Parrington, sexual assault crisis program co-ordinator at Klinic.

No woman would ever dress up and go out with the intent of getting raped.

No means no. Period. Doesn't matter what she is wearing, or how she acts. There is no implied consent. If she says yes, then yes. If she says no, that means no. If she says nothing, that means no. Bottom line.

My friend Sherrie wrote a note on Facebook (linked with permission). In it she shares her own thoughts about this case, I encourage you to read it. She includes a link to a petition to have Judge Robert Dewar removed from the bench.

Read and sign the petition here.

Fluffy Eggless Pancakes

I wanted pancakes for breakfast this morning, but when I went to pull out the ingredients, I discovered I was out of eggs.

Why hello Google!!! =D

I looked up an eggless pancake recipe, and this is the first one that came up, and so I tried it!

Fluffy Eggless Pancakes
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon cinnamon
2 teaspoon baking powder
1 cup whole milk
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 tablespoon water
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 tablespoon butter

Combine dry ingredients and mix slightly. Add milk, oil, water, and vanilla. Whisk together until just combined. Be careful not to over mix - it should still be slightly lumpy. Set aside to rest for a few minutes.

Heat a large skillet over medium-high heat until hot. While pan is heating, add butter. As soon as the butter is melted, add melted butter to pancake batter.

Return pan to stove and stir butter into batter.

When pan is hot, with a measuring cup or ladle, pour 1/4 cup of batter into the skillet for each pancake.

Cook until bubbles form on the surface. Carefully flip pancakes with turner/spatula and cook until golden brown.

Note: This recipe also works well with whole wheat flour. Chopped fruit, nuts or chocolate chips can be added to batter before cooking for a unique treat.

I definitely added stuff: shredded coconut and butterscotch chips, heck yes!!! =D Though I added it to the pancakes when they were in the pan cooking, so you can't really see it from the top of the pancake...


They were delicious!!! And I'd highly recommend them! =)

Friday, February 25, 2011

Red Lentil Soup

This is from "Vegetarian: Just Great Recipes (Treats series)". I couldn't find this book online anywhere, though I did find other books from the series.

Anyways, recipe:

Red Lentil Soup
2 tbsp butter
2 medium onions, finely chopped
2 cups red lentils
1 litre vegetable stock
1 tbsp tomato concentrate
Salt
1 tbsp finely chopped fresh parsley
Croutons, to serve

Melt the butter in a large saucepan over medium heat. Saute the onions until lightly browned, about 5 minutes. Stir in the lentils, stock, and tomato concentrate. Season with salt. Cook until the lentils are tender, 25-30 minutes. Remove from the heat and chop in a food processor until smooth. Return to the saucepan over medium heat for 2-3 minutes to reheat. Sprinkle with the parsley and serve hot with the croutons on the side.

So simple right??? And it is soooooooooooo delicious!!!!! =D The entire time it was cooking, I was drooling just waiting for the moment I could taste it. And the wait was well worth it!


As delicious as lentils are, they are amazingly healthy for you too! Check out this website to learn more about the health benefits lentils offer, as well as other info on them! =D

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Creepy Boy

So, I've recently been contacted by this guy whom I used to be "friends with benefits" with, back in the day... It's been quite a few years since I've spoken with him, mainly because that kind of living is done, it's in the past.

Anyways, he randomly texts me last week wanting to see me as just friends, and I made it very clear that I am not interested at all. So I heard nothing from him for a bit. Now tonight he's at it again. This is our convo, word for word, via texting. Please note that I'm leaving out his name, just for privacy. Also, I don't have his number saved in my phone, and I didn't recognise his number.

"What the heck is us? Longtime no see lets visit quick? Scope my new ride"
"Who is this?"
"[Name]"
"Why do you keep texting me? I told you no already..."
"Change you're number? you have no idea what I want. You gave me your number so we never lose touch. Why so bitter?"
"I'm not bitter, I've just moved on. Why are you so insistant?"
"Everyones moved on why not friends? I was just a piece of meat to you? See me at least you have no idea"
"Why do you want to see me so badly? You've gone this long with no problem..."
"I know but there's no reason not to?"
"Goodbye [Name]"
"That's not how you treat humans. You wait till there's no one left but I'm always here."

Really? Am I the only one who sees this as his problem? I haven't heard from this guy in like 4 years, and I'm supposed to be worried that he would end up being my only friend left in the world? Don't get me wrong, I was as civil as I could be in telling him last week that I don't want to see him. I want to leave my past in the past, and so I'm choosing to just not respond to him anymore. Am I so wrong?

Ugh. Boys.

Jesus Christ Lizard!

Monday, February 21, 2011

Balsamic-Dill Pasta Salad

I bought a new recipe book last week ("Cooking Light Fresh Food: Fast Weeknight Meals"), and I've taken the time to go through it and tag some recipes I'd like to try.

Today I tried the White Balsamic-Dill Pasta Salad, except I just have regular balsamic vinegar, not the white stuff, so for me, it was just Balsamic-Dill Pasta Salad. I'm kinda undecided on the flavour though... I guess it might have something to do with the fact that it calls for chopped fresh dill, and I used store-bought dill weed from Bulk Barn. Is there a flavour different between white and regular balsamic vinegar? That might affect it as well...

Anyways, here ya go =)

White Balsamic-Dill Pasta Salad
2 cups uncooked farfalle (bow tie pasta) - I used elbow
2 tbsp white balsamic vinegar
1 tbsp olive oil
1/8 tsp salt
1/8 tsp freshly ground black pepper
1/2 cup chopped tricolour bell pepper (I just used red)
1 tbsp chopped fresh dill

Cook pasta according to package directions. Rinse under cold water until cool; drain well.
While pasta cooks, combine vinegar, oil, salt, and pepper in a medium bowl, stirring with a whisk. Add pasta, bell peppers, and dill, and toss well.
Yield: 4 servings (3/4 cup each)

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Some Random Recipes

I have finally put all my camera pics on the computer, and I've found some pictures of foods that I haven't posted about yet! So I'll put them here! =)

Cheesy Pepper Bread
I got this recipe from my friend Alison's blog (here), but here's my picture =) Ps it goes VERY well with pumpkin soup!!! =D




I also had attempted Ratatouille, but I can't seem to find the recipe, and I didn't really care for it anyways... The eggplant was not something I'd like to have again... =(



Then yesterday morning, I made a FEAST for breakfast! =D Scrambled eggs (2 eggs, milk, vanilla extract, butter, salt), tater tots, pancakes, and turkey bacon, yummo!!! =D



And that's about it =)

Aztec Hot Chocolate

I remember a few years ago, when I used to watch the Food Network all day during the summer at my job (hehe...), I saw an episode of a show that I don't remember (it was either Everyday Italian with Giada or 30 Minute Meals with Rachel Ray), and they had made a hot chocolate with dried chili peppers. And I thought, "Hey, that sounds really good!"

So now, a few years later, a finally picked up some dried chili peppers from Bulk Barn, yayyy!!! =D Except when I went to make my Aztec hot chocolate today, I didn't have any chocolate cuz I used it all up in my fudge I made a while ago and I keep forgetting that I'm out so I never pick any up at the grocery store. Well no worries, I have it on my list for sure now!

But unwilling to be offset by a lack of chocolate, I just used my fudge! =D

Anyways, here's the recipe:

Aztec Hot Chocolate
1 2/3 cups milk
1/2 vanilla bean, split (I didn't have vanilla beans so I used 1 tsp vanilla extract)
1 chili pepper, split (I used a dry one)
1 cinnamon stick 3-4"
1.5 oz chocolate, grated (I used what equals out to 4.5"x4.5" of fudge)

Simmer milk in a saucepan with vanilla bean, cinnamon and chili. Heat through for about a minute. Whisk in grated chocolate, and continue to simmer until melted. Remove from heat and let 'steep' for another 10 minutes. Strain out the spices and serve. Serves 2.

But of course, I have giant 20 oz. mugs, so it just serves 1 for me =P

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Eating Italian

Last night for dinner I ate Italian. It was DELICIOUS!!! Spaghetti with Pomodoro sauce, roasted red peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, and sauted spinach. I did buy the sun-dried tomatoes, considering it's winter and I live in an apartment, and therefore would have quite the hard time sun-drying my own tomatoes... Anyways, the only thing I was really missing in this dish was real Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese (aka Parmesan). I have that Kraft stuff, but I don't like it too much... I'd rather have the real stuff that I could use my circular cheese grater for, like the kind they have at the Olive Garden! =P

So here's the picture of the finished dish, though it doesn't even come close to capturing the true essence of it. Nor the smell, oh my gosh it smelled sooooo good! And tasted even better!!! =D


Here are the recipes I used:

Pomodoro Sauce
6 tomatoes (I used plum tomatoes cuz they were the least expensive)
4 cloves garlic (or more, I used 6 just to use up the bulb)
Olive oil to coat pan
4 fresh basil leaves, chopped up (or 1 tsp dried)
Sea salt to taste

Puree tomatoes in blender until smooth.
Meanwhile, heat oil in medium pot, and saute garlic until tender. Add tomatoes, and simmer 20 minutes.
Add basil; remove from heat.

If you're using dried basil, add it in when you add the tomatoes. I did use dried because I could not find fresh herbs at Superstore, so I'll have to look elsewhere.


Roasted Red Peppers
Preheat broiler to 475.
Wash peppers and place whole on baking dish. Place on highest rack in oven to broil, but make sure the peppers aren't touching the element. Turn when needed until all skin is black and blistered. Don't worry, the skins will probably crack open in some places, just keep roasting them.
Once peppers are black and blistered, remove from oven, and place in Ziploc bag for 10-15 minutes to steam them.
Remove peppers from bag and peel off skin. Cut in half and remove seeds. Slice into strips.

I'm not sure how you should store them, but I just put them in a plastic container because I knew I'd be using them soon.

Friday, February 18, 2011

Left Behind Series - #8 The Mark

There was one part in here that made me think. It has to do with the L-word.

Love.

One of the new characters - Zeke, a believer and new member of the Tribulation Force - found out for sure that his father was killed because he would not take the mark of the beast. Rayford, the leader of the Trib Force, went to talk with Zeke about it.

Background info: Zeke is a stereotypical biker guy. Picture leather vest, black t-shirt, jeans, all black. He's known the Trib Force members for a while and would make them new identities, which included make-overs and IDs. But once the Global Community (new world system, run by the Antichrist) caught on to his and his dad's illegal gasoline selling, Zeke's dad was arrested but Zeke himself was in the hidden basement and was able to escape to the Trib Force safe house. So he hasn't been there for very long. But this is what he says to Rayford:

"Bad as this is, there's no other place I'd rather have been when I heard about it. I sure love all you guys."

It's so hard for me to imagine myself saying something so straight-forward when it comes to love. And I'm not talking about the love like the way I love Alisha. I'm talking about friendship love. Family love. It's easy for me to say that I love hanging out with certain people, but to say that I love them - never mind actually telling them that I love them - is hard for me.

One example I can think of right now is when I had a talk with one of my pastors when I first came out about Alisha. Without getting into the details of the conversation here, I did end up crying, and before I left he gave me a hug and told me that he really cares about me and doesn't want to see me get hurt. Of course this made me cry more, cuz I'm not used to hearing so much encouragement, not to mention that it's still a touchy subject within the Salvation Army, and the Church as a whole. Anyways, he did say the words, "I love you," and as much as I appreciated it and the feelings are mutual, for him and his wife, I couldn't get much more out than a little squeak.

I think about my mom as well. I love my mom with all my heart, and I love having been able to see her a lot more often now that we do our weekly grocery shopping together on Sundays. I can write a note to her, if for example I stop by her place and she ends up not being home, and put at the end that I love her. Can I tell her to her face? Nope. I've tried. I get awkward. I'm not sure why. Though when I first came out to her, she reassured me a lot that she still loves me.

It's something I'd definitely like to work on. I want people to know how much they mean to me. And not just them assume how much, but actually tell them. Tell them I love them as a person, and not just the time I spend with them.

Pray for me, I somehow don't find this easy.

Dancing Goat!

Ahahaha so cute =)

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Left Behind Series - #7 The Indwelling

I didn't really find anything to blog about in this book... It was a good read, but I was more into the characters and plot line than finding some theology to write about... On to the next book! =)

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Left Behind Series - #6 Assassins

Gonna keep this short cuz I need to head to bed cuz I'm exhausted...

One thing that caught my attention in this book doesn't really need further explanation, so I'll just quote it here. This is from one of Tsion's online posts:

"Many of you have written and asked me how I explain that a God of love and mercy could pour out such awful judgments upon the earth. God is more than a God of love and mercy. The Scriptures say God is love, yes. But they also say he is holy, holy, holy. He is just. His love was expressed in the gift of his Son as the means of redemption. But if we reject this love gift, we fall under God's judgment."

Good explanation! =)

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Day 30

There are sooooo many people that I miss, I cannot just pick one. So I will post a few here =)

Megan and Ian - I miss these guys like CRAZY!!!!!!!!! So many late nights were spent at Booth hanging out with these two, and I'd end up catching the last bus home at 1:34am. Still waiting for the wedding announcement/invitation! ;)

Sandra - we literally spent the entire summer of 2010 together, between seeing each other everyday at work and hanging out almost every Saturday, and seeing each other at church on Sundays. Going to the Forks will never be the same without her now. =P

My old roomies: Christina, me, Debby, Shayani - 10 months is a long time to live with a group of people, and I've learned a lot about community and myself. A lot of great memories were made with this great group of people, and the experience will not be forgotten.

There are so many more, but if I were to put them all down, this list would go on forever!

Day 01 - A picture of yourself with fifteen facts.
Day 02 - A picture of you and the person you have been close with for the longest.
Day 03 - A picture of the cast from your favorite show.
Day 04 - A picture of your night.
Day 05 - A picture of your favorite memory.
Day 06 - A picture of a person you'd love to trade places with for a day.
Day 07 - A picture of your most treasured item.
Day 08 - A picture that makes you laugh.
Day 09 - A picture of the person who has gotten you through the most.
Day 10 - A picture of the person you do the most messed up things with.
Day 11 - A picture of something you hate.
Day 12 - A picture of something you love.
Day 13 - A picture of your favorite band or artist.
Day 14 - A picture of someone you could never imagine your life without.
Day 15 - A picture of something you want to do before you die.
Day 16 - A picture of someone who inspires you.
Day 17 - A picture of something that has made a huge impact on your life recently.
Day 18 - A picture of your biggest insecurity.
Day 19 - A picture of you when you were little.
Day 20 - A picture of somewhere you'd love to travel.
Day 21 - A picture of something you wish you could forget.
Day 22 - A picture of something you wish you were better at.
Day 23 - A picture of your favorite book.
Day 24 - A picture of something you wish you could change.
Day 25 - A picture of your day.
Day 26 - A picture of something that means a lot to you.
Day 27 - A picture of yourself and a family member.
Day 28 - A picture of something you're afraid of.
Day 29 - A picture that can always make you smile.
Day 30 - A picture of someone you miss.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Day 29

Milk bubble fight with Katri in the dining hall at camp one night.  Nuff said ROFL!!!!

Day 01 - A picture of yourself with fifteen facts.
Day 02 - A picture of you and the person you have been close with for the longest.
Day 03 - A picture of the cast from your favorite show.
Day 04 - A picture of your night.
Day 05 - A picture of your favorite memory.
Day 06 - A picture of a person you'd love to trade places with for a day.
Day 07 - A picture of your most treasured item.
Day 08 - A picture that makes you laugh.
Day 09 - A picture of the person who has gotten you through the most.
Day 10 - A picture of the person you do the most messed up things with.
Day 11 - A picture of something you hate.
Day 12 - A picture of something you love.
Day 13 - A picture of your favorite band or artist.
Day 14 - A picture of someone you could never imagine your life without.
Day 15 - A picture of something you want to do before you die.
Day 16 - A picture of someone who inspires you.
Day 17 - A picture of something that has made a huge impact on your life recently.
Day 18 - A picture of your biggest insecurity.
Day 19 - A picture of you when you were little.
Day 20 - A picture of somewhere you'd love to travel.
Day 21 - A picture of something you wish you could forget.
Day 22 - A picture of something you wish you were better at.
Day 23 - A picture of your favorite book.
Day 24 - A picture of something you wish you could change.
Day 25 - A picture of your day.
Day 26 - A picture of something that means a lot to you.
Day 27 - A picture of yourself and a family member.
Day 28 - A picture of something you're afraid of.
Day 29 - A picture that can always make you smile.
Day 30 - A picture of someone you miss.

Sunday, February 6, 2011

Isaiah 41:8-13

8 "But you, Israel, my servant,
    Jacob, whom I have chosen,
    you descendants of Abraham my friend,
9 I took you from the ends of the earth,
    from its farthest corners I called you.
I said, 'You are my servant';
    I have chosen you and have not rejected you.
10 So do not fear, for I am with you;
    do not be dismayed, for I am your God.
I will strengthen you and help you;
    I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

11 "All who rage against you
    will surely be ashamed and disgraced;
those who oppose you
    will be as nothing and perish.
12 Though you search for your enemies,
    you will not find them.
Those who wage war against you
    will be as nothing at all.
13 For I am the LORD your God
    who takes hold of your right hand
and says to you, Do not fear;
    I will help you."

The context behind this text is that the Israelites have been taken into captivity by the Assyrians, and because they are away from Jerusalem and the Temple, they believe that they are away from God. But God speaks to them through Isaiah and tells them that He is right there with them no matter where they are because He is their God and they are His chosen people.

The part that really hit me this morning as we were reading it, were verses 10 and 13. Verse 10 tells us that God upholds us with His righteous right hand. Verse 13 tells us that God will hold us up by our right hand. I imagined where God would have to stand in order to have my right hand in His right hand to hold me up, and I realised He would have to be standing behind me.

I immediately pictured the babies in my room at the daycare. There were two who had learned to walk while in our care, and to help them, we (the teachers) would hold their hands in our hands - hold them up - to support them as they learned to walk. It took work, of course, and they both were able to successfully learn to walk.

This is what I imagined when I thought of God holding us up by our right hand in His right hand - He is teaching us how to walk. As I saw from the babies learning to walk, it is a difficult, sometimes painful, task. They fell a lot. They hit their heads on stuff sometimes, mostly on the floor, but on the table and shelves too.

When I read this passage in Isaiah, I picture God trying to teach Israel how to walk in their spiritual journey. They've been torn away from the Temple, where they would offer sacrifices and worship the Lord God. They were unable to do that now, and now must learn a new way of spirituality. God is there with them, teaching them, guiding them, loving them.

God is also with me, personally, teaching me, guiding me, loving even me! He stands behind me, holding me up with my right hand in His righteous right hand, helping me to learn how to walk. I fall so often, and I get hurt, this is very true. But I'm comforted to know that just like I was right there (or at least Shelley was there) to comfort the babies when they fell, God is right there with me too, comforting me, holding me close, and helping me to try again. And again. And again.

Thanks God =)

Day 28

ABSOLUTELY TERRIFYING!!!!! =S

Day 01 - A picture of yourself with fifteen facts.
Day 02 - A picture of you and the person you have been close with for the longest.
Day 03 - A picture of the cast from your favorite show.
Day 04 - A picture of your night.
Day 05 - A picture of your favorite memory.
Day 06 - A picture of a person you'd love to trade places with for a day.
Day 07 - A picture of your most treasured item.
Day 08 - A picture that makes you laugh.
Day 09 - A picture of the person who has gotten you through the most.
Day 10 - A picture of the person you do the most messed up things with.
Day 11 - A picture of something you hate.
Day 12 - A picture of something you love.
Day 13 - A picture of your favorite band or artist.
Day 14 - A picture of someone you could never imagine your life without.
Day 15 - A picture of something you want to do before you die.
Day 16 - A picture of someone who inspires you.
Day 17 - A picture of something that has made a huge impact on your life recently.
Day 18 - A picture of your biggest insecurity.
Day 19 - A picture of you when you were little.
Day 20 - A picture of somewhere you'd love to travel.
Day 21 - A picture of something you wish you could forget.
Day 22 - A picture of something you wish you were better at.
Day 23 - A picture of your favorite book.
Day 24 - A picture of something you wish you could change.
Day 25 - A picture of your day.
Day 26 - A picture of something that means a lot to you.
Day 27 - A picture of yourself and a family member.
Day 28 - A picture of something you're afraid of.
Day 29 - A picture that can always make you smile.
Day 30 - A picture of someone you miss.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Left Behind Series - #5 Apollyon

A couple things in this book...

When Tsion was leading a mass gathering of witnesses in Jerusalem, he reads from Revelation 7:

"John was asked by one of the elders at the throne, 'Who are these arrayed in white robes, and where did they come from' And John said, 'Sir, you know.' And the elder said, 'These are the ones who come out of the great tribulation, and washed their robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb. They shall neither hunger anymore nor thirst anymore.' The Lamb himself shall feed them and lead them to fountains of living water. And, best of all, my dear family, God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes."

I don't know about you, but I am looking forward to that day when God will wipe away my tears. He knows what I've been through, He knows how many tears I've cried. It comforts me to know that He knows my pain, He hurts with me, and He is there with me through it all. And the day is coming when I will be right there with Him and I'll have no more reason to cry.



Next, and lastly:
Revelation 8:13 happened: everybody on earth heard, "Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth, because of the remaining blasts of the trumpet of the three angels who are about to sound!" The story goes back to Buck's storyline, and the narrative says, "How could he [Chaim, a nonbeliever], or anyone, doubt the existence of God now? This was no longer about ignorance. It was about choice."

It has gotten to a point in the story where people can no longer doubt the existence of God. Now it is about choice: whether they accept His mercy and believe in Christ as Saviour, or they reject him and align themselves with the Antichrist and lose their soul forever. There is still hope as of yet for nonbelievers, still time for them to accept Christ, but time is running short. Not accepting him would be a deliberate refusal. Kinda scary...

Friday, February 4, 2011

Left Behind Series - #4 Soul Harvest

Only one thing really touched me in this book...

After the earthquake foretold in Revelation 6:12, the Buck and Tsion found the house of a fellow believer that was relatively unscathed. Inside, they found the wife of the guy who supplied them with the latest computer and phone technology dead, crushed by a tree that fell through the house and landed on top of her. After getting her out, they buried her and Tsion - not knowing her at all - didn`t say a eulogy, but rather sung a verse of "My Jesus I Love Thee":

I will love Thee in life, I will love Thee in death,
And praise Thee as long as Thou lendest me breath;
And say, when the death-dew lies cold on my brow;
If ever I loved Thee, my Jesus, 'tis now.

Buck had sobbed loudly at this hymn, and I even found myself tearing up at the beauty of the hymn itself, used in such a solemn occasion. This is one of my favourite hymns, my favourite version sung by Avalon.



That's all for this book. There are a couple things I've marked already in the next book, which I'm almost finished already, so stay tuned! =)

Day 27

My mommy and I =)

Day 01 - A picture of yourself with fifteen facts.
Day 02 - A picture of you and the person you have been close with for the longest.
Day 03 - A picture of the cast from your favorite show.
Day 04 - A picture of your night.
Day 05 - A picture of your favorite memory.
Day 06 - A picture of a person you'd love to trade places with for a day.
Day 07 - A picture of your most treasured item.
Day 08 - A picture that makes you laugh.
Day 09 - A picture of the person who has gotten you through the most.
Day 10 - A picture of the person you do the most messed up things with.
Day 11 - A picture of something you hate.
Day 12 - A picture of something you love.
Day 13 - A picture of your favorite band or artist.
Day 14 - A picture of someone you could never imagine your life without.
Day 15 - A picture of something you want to do before you die.
Day 16 - A picture of someone who inspires you.
Day 17 - A picture of something that has made a huge impact on your life recently.
Day 18 - A picture of your biggest insecurity.
Day 19 - A picture of you when you were little.
Day 20 - A picture of somewhere you'd love to travel.
Day 21 - A picture of something you wish you could forget.
Day 22 - A picture of something you wish you were better at.
Day 23 - A picture of your favorite book.
Day 24 - A picture of something you wish you could change.
Day 25 - A picture of your day.
Day 26 - A picture of something that means a lot to you.
Day 27 - A picture of yourself and a family member.
Day 28 - A picture of something you're afraid of.
Day 29 - A picture that can always make you smile.
Day 30 - A picture of someone you miss.