2011 Project 365 – Week Six
Twenty-three pictures this week. We just couldn’t help ourselves. And I didn’t even include all the ones I wanted to! Of course, most of them were just more snow & ice pictures so you should be glad I left them out.
Note: No Tax Time Pig this week. Apparently he really likes his coat of many colors, so no new picture. FYI for new readers: The first time I took a picture of the pig he had an ice pack on his head & was holding a sign that said “Tax Time” – thus his name was born.
Sunday, January 30th
I was pretty pleased with my solution to the dilemma of drying the tub I keep my cereal in. The dish drain was full so I improvised with my Pampered Chef baking stone holder.
Dr. M took a picture of the Kalanchoe plant that lives in our kitchen – we were so tickled to see the blooms.
Monday, January 31st
Dr. M took these pictures on his way home from school. Looks kind of cold, doesn’t it?
Tuesday, February 1st
This is the State of the Bug picture for the week. I was showing off something wrong – hmmm, this picture doesn’t quite get it…
Well, this one doesn’t really show it either…
Here we go! Yes, my bangs looked like this all day. I kept forgetting about them because I’m not regularly looking at myself.
Dr. M captured some more icy pictures.
And here are those poor beleaguered indignant icy penguins.
Wednesday, February 2nd
Female cardinal at the feeder.
We got a little more snow later that day.
Thursday, February 3rd
Thursday was beautiful. And still really cold, as you can tell from these pictures.
Does anyone know why the furniture was abandoned in the corn field? Some frigid tête-à-tête going on?
Love the buffalo!
Friday, February 4th
We very nearly forgot to take a picture today. So here’s one that I’d been planning to take on just such an occasion. The top of the bookshelf in our bedroom has become a seasonal repository – we’ve got Halloween & Christmas stuff up there. Plus some glassware we got from Dr. M’s mom years ago. And one of Dr. M’s paintings (my personal favorite). It makes us smile when we look at it.
Saturday, February 5th
It wouldn’t be a Project 365 post without a squirrel, would it? Boy the squirrels really love the sunflower seeds that the birds knock out of the feeder.
Yes, it’s snowing again. Sigh.
Go to Sara’s blog here to see the blogs of all the other Project 365 participants.