The theme this week is, “how long oh Lord?” Cold, gray, snow covered days. Thank goodness for the occasional cardinal and for neighbors who still want to bring light to this monotone land.
Sunday, January 23rd
Speaking of cardinals… I wonder what the grass is going to look like under the feeder? If the snow ever melts I guess we’ll find out!
I was amused that my new gloves matched my dish cloth. Did you know that the gloves work much better when they don’t have a hole in them? It’s true!
Monday, January 24th
Dr. M took this picture on his way to school. Sigh.
Tuesday, January 25th
This is the State of the Bug picture for the week. On Monday I saw a wrench light on my dashboard so Dr. M drove the Saturn to see if he could tell what might be wrong (nothing, thank goodness!). So here I am getting to drive the Bugly to work! (Click here to read about the Bugly.) I actually prefer to drive my Saturn, but the Bugly was a fun switch for a day.
Many of our neighbors in town still have Christmas lights up. It’s just so dreary that we are most grateful for the chance to smile as we drive by. And, appropriately, one house has left its Abominable Snowman in the yard. Thanks Dr. M for capturing the silliness!
The practice field at Dr. M’s university. Let’s just sigh again :)
Friday, January 28th
Lots of pictures today – most of them taken by Dr. M.
And here is one he took to prove that not all of our roads are snowy!
When I got home yesterday this was on my computer desk – Dr. M bought bugs for his Bug :)