Project 365 – Week Forty-Four
I took more pictures myself this week. Sorry. Dr. M is by far the better photographer. Heh. And we even had a reasonable number of pictures each day until the end of the week.
Sunday, October 24th
Here are the last of our tomatoes. Except for a full box of individually wrapped ones. We're told that this will make them ripen. We'll see.
Monday, October 25th
Dr. M took this gorgeous shot.
Tuesday, October 26th
The boy next door (the one who was running for the ice cream truck last week) has a very "fluid" decorating system. Every day he does something new to his yard. I took these pictures on Tuesday, but by Friday it looked different again. The skeleton was freaky because it was windy that day & the fingers of the hand "gripping" the tree kept flapping. Scary!
I went to a park not too far from where I work and took a couple of pictures. This is the Little Miami River, a tributary of the Ohio River.
Thursday, October 28th
I probably don't need to explain this picture. Fun fun fun! Not. But necessary – ladies over 40, have you had your mammogram this year?
Here is a spinner hanging where the Topsy Turvy tomato plant was. We call him Mr. Greenjeans.
Friday, October 29th
Dr. M took a picture of a funky sky.
Guess who! The Tax Time Pig, that's who!
I ran an errand for someone at work. When I got back someone had taken my nice close parking space & I had to park at the very end of the parking lot. I had the WRONG shoes on for all that hiking. Fortunately I had some sneakers in my trunk.
Saturday, October 30th
Tonight was Beggar's Night in our town (this is apparently a kinder gentler alternative to Halloween?). There is a church on the corner across the street that does Trunk or Treat, so we get a lot of visitors from that event. Dr. M loves dressing up & giving out candy. And boy do we give out candy!
After a while I felt like I was being a Grinch hiding inside so I threw on my costume & joined him in the yard (yes, I am wearing no makeup. Saturdays are makeup-free zones in my life). Please note the fancy bow on my Professor McGonagall hat. This is an example of repurposing. A friend of mine is an excellent & creative gift wrapper – this was the bow from my Christmas present last year!
The sky was pretty amazing. It was in the 50s, just slightly breezy, gorgeous sunset – good Halloween!
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