2011 Project 365 – Week Twenty
Well the Tax Time Pig enthusiasts are in luck this week – there are two pictures of it in new outfits. Also cement pond aficionados will be happy.
If you get a chance, go check out Dr. M's latest post - it's for the birds (and squirrels). Really!
Sunday, May 8th
Woodpecker attacking the suet with vigor. I wonder how they don’t get dizzy from swinging around on that thing!
Monday, May 9th
The Tax Time Pig wishes everyone a happy Mother’s Day.
Tuesday, May 10th
I arrived at work on Tuesday to see this little guy in the fountain outside our building.
And the State of the Bug is the look on my face as my boss & discussed the prospect of a fake whale scaring off the geese (yes, that’s what it’s for). I was highly amused.
Dr. M found some sheep on his way home from school – imagine that! Their wool appears to be in quite a bit of disarray. Talk about bed head!
Wednesday, May 11th
I took this picture (out the car window while I was driving) of the memorial to Sergeant Dulle (I wrote about him here). By Friday there were about four times as many flags & flowers.
Dr. M took a picture of the squirrel of the week – I love his ninja moves!
Thursday, May 12th
The Tax Time Pig makes its second appearance this week encouraging us to not be crabby. Oh I wish I would listen to you Tax Time Pig, I really do.
For reasons unknown to me I was compelled to take a picture of the messy “bun” I wore to work on Thursday. I had bundled it up that way to put it under my shower cap that morning & thought, “meh – I’m done now.” In case you’ve noticed that I appear to be wearing the same necklace as you see in the Tuesday picture – it’s my badge lanyard. Dr. M’s school colors!
Robin in the cement pond. These pictures never fail to make me laugh. And wait until you see the ones for tomorrow!
Friday, May 13th
One of our mourning doves decided to bathe today. Dr. M took a lot of pictures of it, but I’m only including the ones that made me laugh out loud – still a lot! Here he is just soaking for a bit.
Better get under my arms!
Oh that felt good! Let’s just shake some of this water off.
Saturday, May 14th
I took another picture of our strange volunteer plant in the front flower bed.
Now it has a few blossoms – can’t wait to see what it looks like when it’s full of blossoms!
I told Dr. M on Friday that I was inundated with helicopters (maple seed pods, whirligigs – whatever you call them) on the way home – it was like hail, or a brown out or something. Here’s the aftermath in our driveway. They’re everywhere.
Go to Sara’s blog here to see the blogs of all the other Project 365 participants.