2011 Project 365 – Week Twenty-Eight
Well ladies & gentlemen, this week was a scorcher here in Ohio. Not by Texas standards, mind you, but I was pretty hot, & really that’s all that matters to me. Except in my office where the temperature was set at, oh, 68 or so, according to the goose bumps on my arms. Not that any of these pictures have anything to do with that. I just wanted to share.
Sunday, July 3rd
I did go to church on Sunday, but otherwise Dr. M & I just hung around the homestead getting pictures of our usual suspects. Woodpecker.
Weekly squirrel – hey, squirrels need to drink too!
Monday, The 4th of July
I just realized while organizing my pictures for the week that I don’t have any patriotic ones for today. Except, here is the Watering Man surveying his kingdom in his patriotic duds.
And it’s a patriotic squash from my dad’s garden that looks like a penguin. Don’t you think?
And here’s Part I of the State of the Bug. Trying something new with my hair, I wore these overnight. Please note the red & blue curlers and the patriotic earrings in my ears.
Tuesday, July 5th
State of the Bug Part II. Hmm. I’m not sure sleeping in curlers was worth this look of almost bendiness in my hair. And of course with the high humidity around here even that small amount of bendiness was gone by the time I got to work.
Look! It’s a whole new color of daylily! Ellen - I still don’t think this is one of the ones that you sent, but one of those is getting ready to bloom.
The orange ones are still plugging along.
Wednesday, July 6th
Dr. M took this one on his way to school on Wednesday. I just love the golden color.
Thursday, July 7th
We haven’t had a bird-taking-a-bath picture in a while. Dr. M decided to rectify that.
Friday, July 8th
Our geranium farm.
The garden is doing quite well.
Why, here’s a bug in the garden!
Saturday, July 9th
The dandelions will find a way.
Yes, we still have daisies.
And we still have our flag out – see we were patriotic, we just didn’t take any pictures of it until today.
Go to Sara’s blog here to see the blogs of all the other Project 365 participants.