Project 365 – Week Thirty-One
Sunday, July 25th
On Sunday Dr. M & I went on the ramble that inspired this poem. As I mentioned in that post I'll write (or coerce Dr. M to write) about the events that took place in Mechanicsburg before the Civil War. For now I'll just share a couple of more pictures from that day. This is a store downtown. I found the name quite hilarious for some reason, so I had to share.
Dr. M & I were trying to figure out what need a lazy man had of a place to rest – seems redundant, doesn't it?
Monday, July 26th
On Monday some people came & dug a hole in our yard. I think it had something to do with our gas valve & those OK "signs" from last week.
Tuesday, July 27th
On Tuesday Dr. M captured this beautiful butterfly.
And then we actually had a cardinal sighting!
Wednesday, July 28th
On Wednesday I got a picture of this bathing beauty – Martha Goose in her summer bikini.
And then Dr. M went out in the evening & saw this little frog – you probably can't tell from the picture but it's just a baby – too cute!
Thursday, July 29th
On Thursday I got a picture of the Topsy Turvy tomato plant in all its glory – it's out of control! And the tomatoes it produces have been great.
I don't know why I'm so fascinated by the life cycle of the daisy. This is one toward the end of the cycle. I find a strange beauty in it for some reason.
Friday, July 30th
On Friday we drove down to NC. We took a number of pictures on the way down & then a ton at Daddy's house. I had a hard time deciding which ones to use! Here is a picture of my dad - yet another Watering Man.
And here is one of their night blooming flowers - I think it looks pretty interesting all drawn up like this.
Saturday, July 31st
Today we went to visit Dr. M's mom in the nursing home. It's his parents' anniversary - we think they're 57th. We had a nice visit.
And here is another flower shot from Daddy & Amy's yard - the clemetis climbing on his carport.
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