Project 365 – Week Thirty-Eight
Sunday, September 12th
On Sunday Dr. M took some pictures of the birds in our back yard. This one is my favorite.
Monday, September 13th
On Monday Dr. M took this picture of a herd of deer on his campus.
Later that day he had to travel to the Piatt Castles for a meeting. He took pictures of both castles while he was out there.
Tuesday, September 14th
On Tuesday I took a picture of our fall flag.
And Dr. M made some oven-baked green tomatoes. And I discovered that I don't really like them – too tart! But the breading was really good.
On Wednesday Dr. M took a picture of the sunflower field he passes every day. It's looking very droopy since we haven't had any rain to speak of. I love this one – it looks cantankerous.
And I took a picture of what I thought was a mysterious blue flower growing by our back door. Yes, that is indeed dryer lint. It was twilight – I couldn't really see! Heh.
Thursday, September 16th
After missing a few Tax Time Pig outfits I had to stop to get a picture of this one – too funny! That is a seriously ginormous bear!
And Dr. M captured this picture of a bird landing on the bird bath.
Friday, September 17th
My dad's birthday! But since I'm not there, this picture has nothing to do with that. It's a picture of the low lying fog which was pretty amazing Friday morning. Dr. M took this one.
Saturday, September 18th
Today we went up to Dr. M's school so that he could provide some interpretation of an exhibit of pictures of underground railroad sites in their county.
The photo exhibit was held in conjunction with a barn quilt tour and they had an exhibit of over 100 quilts that had been made by members of the county quilting club. I took a ton of pictures – here are just a few.
This is the one they're raffling off. You can bet I bought a ticket!
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