Normally it is 12 pictures taken on the 12th of the month. Since I only post once per day, you get my images the following day. All pictures taken with my iPhone. Click images to enlarge, if you choose.
Created by Chad Darnell and picked up from, what I can tell, any number of random bloggers who then link back to him and vice versa. Chad is no longer doing this, nor is successor coordinating the linking of other 12 of 12'ers anymore. Now it's just myself - that I know of.....as it's the only blog post he's still doing......for now.
I still continue to do this, because of all my consistent post topics, I actually like this one the most.
04:43. Getting ready for A.M. dog walk
05:00. Shep's Poo.
The vet needs a sample - so I got to collect it before 05:00. Yay me!
06:15. Tie day.
I don't always wear one anymore, but now and then. I don't care for this pattern much, but love the colours.
06:35. First computer / clinical app of the day opened.
07:45. Different office building . First meeting of the day.
09:00. Dropping off Shep's poo sample.
09:30. All these mobile orders - and none of them mine.
It would have helped to hit 'order' after I chose my selection, but why quibble over who was right?
11:58. Two minutes to the meeting start and where IS everyone?
12:50. Lunch. BiBiBop.
Only the third time in almost four year that I've left the hospital to have lunch "off campus"
16:50. Doggie pick-up.
None of these are mine - yet in another way, they're all mine!
17:15. Mixed Messages.
Mike will tell you I sent him 'this' picture the day before. I sent him a similar one, yes. But for this to officially be 12 of 12, they have to be taken today. So I retook one.
19:30. Grocery Day.
710 gets them, I unpack them. And those blue plastic bags? Cuyahoga County is banning them as of January 2020. Honestly, it will be more cumbersome, but I'm glad they're forcing my hand to bring canvas sacks to cart my stuff home.
You Baker's Dozen:
21:00. (She's my) Cherry Pie......and lots of whipped cream.
That's all on this topic until July 13th.