The moon is the star of this week’s show (& why I’ve waited so long today to post this).
Sunday, March 13th
Here are some pictures from our drive home from NC on Sunday. The first one is a mode of travel that looks like fun – unless it’s cold, or hot – or if your hips are wider than the wheels. I jest, mine aren’t QUITE that wide.
Here are just some shots of the drive – we love this commute so much more than the one we used to take from Cincinnati on I-75.
Monday, March 14th
We have greenery in our raised bed! It’s one of the daylilies I got from Ellen last fall.
I went over to our church to take some pictures of our homeless shelter – basically it’s inflatable mattresses in the fellowship hall.
Tuesday, March 15th
The State of the Bug. I’ve been having some restless nights – and going to bed later courtesy of the time change – so I was feeling pretty sleepy on my way to work. Fortunately my audio book (The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest) keeps me awake on the journey, but once I turned the car engine off I was ready to head to dreamland. So of course I took a picture.
Wednesday, March 16th
When I got home from work it was still warm & DAYLIGHT so I checked out the front flower bed. There was some greenery buried under a bunch of dead stuff from last year so I worked on it a little bit with the gloves I won from Robin. Thanks Robin!
Just an update on the primrose I got for my birthday – still looking good!
The first moon shot of the week.
Thursday, March 17th
It’s the Tax Time Pig! Of course he’s dressed for St. Patrick’s Day… in a knitted bathing suit?
The squirrel picture of the week.
Friday, March 18th
Today was the day. I had said I was leaving it up until the time changed, but as you can see above we weren’t home when the time changed. And I didn’t want to mess with it during the week. So, nearly three months after Christmas, the tree is gone. Ha!
Saturday, March 19th
Well, today had a lot of potential to be good. Dr. M had things to do at school & I was going to make a trip to our local outlet center to check out Skechers. The shopping went fine – it was the part where I tried to start my car when I was finished that didn’t go so hot. I ended up having to call AAA & have it towed home. So, about 5 and a half hours after I finished shopping I made it home. Luckily the outlet center is only around 20 miles away – the tow cost $75.00.
Dr. M wasn't too sure if this guy would be able to get the truck backed in.
But he did just fine. And was kind of cute too :)
Now to get a rental car for next week ($200) & then have my car towed to Saturn. If we can find a Saturn dealer (since they don’t make them anymore). Another $900 or so to have it fixed (Dr. M looked up what he thinks is wrong & that’s the estimate) & we’ll be good. I’m kind of depressed about it, actually.
But, look, it’s the moon! It does cheer a person up a bit, I think.
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