Sunday, January 16th
On Sunday Dr. M took a picture of this junco which came to visit – guess we have enough snow for it now.
I took a picture of the fine establishment where I got our dinner :)
Monday, January 17th
On Monday I just decided to take a random picture of our Christmas tree. I'm still enjoying it!
Tuesday, January 18th
Dr. M took this picture of the campus deer. I like how they're practically camouflaged in the trees.
Dr. M finally got a good picture of a frozen pond (we had tried a few weeks ago without much success).
The tax time pig decided to ditch his New Year's duds and put on a coat of many colors instead.
Thursday, January 20th
This is the State of the Bug picture this week. Last week everyone did a great job of guessing that I was COOLLLDD. This week I won't make you guess. This is supposed to show my apprehension at driving to work during a snowstorm. However, really, it's showing that there's something tragically wrong with my bangs.
While I was battling the elements, Dr. M was taking another picture of one of our cardinals.
The drive to work was actually not too bad, but this is my commute home. I left work early so that I could get home before dark.
And, yes, I took a picture of me fiercely concentrating on the road. While taking a picture of myself. I'm not right, I know.
Friday, January 21st
After getting our 6 ½ inches of snow on Thursday & overnight into Friday, our bird restaurant was quite busy. They are so funny – knocking the seed out of the bird feeder onto the ground.
Ah yes, of course the penguins are indignant!
Dr. M took this picture on his way home from school. Doesn't it look cold? It was probably around 4 degrees. Brrr!
Saturday, January 22nd
And the cold continues today.
Dr. M went out into the freezer to get this picture of the moon.
I think it's pretty cool how you can totally see the missing slice of moon - it looks like the picture on our atomic clock up there!
We may or may not get out in this today. If we get any interesting pictures I'll post them next week!
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