The 47 Day Challenge Wrap Up

gold-star2WE DID IT!

Congratulations to the four of us who made it all the way to the end of the challenge!

THANK YOU to everyone who joined us, whether you posted 1 or 47 photos! We loved seeing your creativity, artistry, and silliness.

To our challengers: Please let me know if you have a blog or website you would like me to link to your name on the “Who Are We” page.

To our readers: Thank you for visiting the challenge blog and leaving comments. Don and I hope you’ll join us if we do this again sometime.



Days 38-43 – Michiko Christiansen

38-MichikoDay 38 – Friendship: friendship ring links

39-MichikoDay 39 – A Memory: My mom’s china cabinet filled with photos and dishes that we all grew up on.

40-MichikoDay 40 – Eyes: My dog Amelia asking begging eyes

41-MichikoDay 41 – Clouds: Taken from the flying on the airplane

42-MichikoDay 42 – Looking down: Taken at the Newport Beach, Oregon

43-MichikoDay 43 – After dark


Day 39 “A Memory” – Tawnya

This is my husband’s sister and Dad with our baby. His dad has had some health difficulties of late and is suffering from dementia. But oh, the power of music. Yesterday we sat on the porch and sang some old hymns. It was good to see him joining in, as most of our visit he just sat quietly, taking things in.

Photo-A-Day 46 out of 47 — “TV” (Don)



Today, I present you a snapshot of one of the characters from the TV show Sophie and I’ve been working on lately.

This is Sir Percedal of Sadlygrove (Sir Tristepin in French). He’s a Iop (yop), which means he acts first and thinks later, if at all.

They’ve been dubbing the series in English after a Kickstarter campaign that raised 600% of its goal, and so Sophie and I have been communicating with the dubbing studio to make sure the voice acting is what we’re looking for and that the dialects are on the mark.

We’ve also been thrust into a bit of directing (“OK, you’re an alien, and you REALLY want to phone home! Go!”).

It’s been really fun and I can’t wait to see the finished product.

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