Saturday, October 29, 2011

2011 Project 365 – Week Forty-Four



Dr. M took so many great pictures this week that he has done his own post. I’ve put a few on here, but to see the rest of the go here.
Sunday, October 23rd     
I’d say this squirrel is ready for winter – look how fat he is!


Dr. M got a present for me! It’s a bug for the Bug. I’ve named her Poly – which is short for Polyfill, which is the name of Alice’s rabbit in the Cul de Sac comic strip.


Monday, October 24th
It was late in the evening when I realized we didn’t have a picture yet – so here’s our house all ready for Halloween. It’s just waiting on a pirate and…a witch or a wench – I’m not sure how I’m dressing yet.


Tuesday, October 25th  
It’s the Tax Time Pig! Or The Scream.


Dr. M saw these great Ohio State skeletons – they’re doing O H I O – ha!


Wednesday, October 26th
Dr. M captured some fall color.



Thursday, October 27th        
The State of the Bug. So lately I’ve been going to work with my hair wet – like this:


And then by the time I get there it’s mostly dry, so I comb it with a wide toothed comb & spray it with salt spray & scrunch it. Voila! Big hair – Bug style anyway. I like the not having to mess with my hair part of the equation – we’ll see how much I like wet hair in 20 degree weather later this year.


On my way home from work I saw this.


Dr. M took a picture of the little maple tree that’s growing in our geranium pot. I love that its leaves are changing too.


Friday, October 28th
The rose is still gorgeous.


Dr. M took this picture – I LOVE LOVE LOVE the little green bug! Too cute!


And look who’s here again! I can’t decide if it’s a ghost walking Godzilla or Godzilla walking a ghost…


Saturday, October 22nd
It’s a frosty morning in Ohio. In the 20s overnight & currently 40 degrees (at 10:30 a.m.). Brr! And this is the tip of the iceberg – literally!



Go to Sara’s blog here to see the blogs of all the other Project 365 participants. Have a great week!

Most of our photos are taken with a 12 megapixel Nikon D5000 DSLR, using a 55-200mm zoom lens. This is the camera that Dr. M takes with him most days. We also take pictures with our old reliable 7 megapixel Canon Powershot A710. This is the camera that the Bug uses most of the time. If you’re interested in which camera was used for a particular shot, just ask!

21 comments:

  1. It looks like you've really got the holiday spirit. It's a good way to stay young. By the way, whatever you're doing your hair looks great!

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  2. Loving the scream tax time pig. LOL too funny. The OHIO skeletons are great too. Your hair is so nice. Love it that way. I wish mine were longer...it is in the inbetween stage right now.
    That squirrel might be ready for winter, but I am not. Yuck..to ice and snow covered roads.

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  3. The people at Tax Time Pig's house must be great fun - I wonder if they realise what a following TTP has over here in blogland. I go to work with my hair wet too - I almost never use a dryer as the heat is no good for hair. Yours looks really good. Mine's very short.

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  4. Whose pig is that, anyway? I love their sense of humor!

    I like your hair - love the highlights!

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  5. those skeletons are great!

    the scream tax time pig...awesome!

    And I am with you...the least amount of time I have to spend on my hair the better!

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  6. Great photos. That hair really works on you! Not sure what salt spray is... or what it does. Haven't heard of it. Looks great though.

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  7. The baby autumnal maple and those dewy mums--what gorgeous pictures. Nice camera work.

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  8. OHIO skeletons are too funny! The Tax Time pig is just plain scary though!

    Love your hair. Wish I could wash-n-wear. I might not want to do it in 20 degree weather though!

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  9. the skeletons were my fav...
    the dahlia pic is awesome, especially with the little visiting green bug
    awesome pics, again!

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  10. Brrrrrrrr!

    And that squirrel's not fat, he's fluffy!

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  11. So many fun pics.
    Tax pig and OHIO, LOL!
    Great hair! Salt spray???
    I totally go for no fuss style.
    Have a fun Halloween!

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  12. Loved the pics. Tax time pig was precious....your hair looks great! Loved the squirrel, flowers, rainbow....aw heck...I just loved them all. Why bother chosing a few favorites. Have a great week.

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  13. Welcome to the I-don't-spend-any-time-on-my-hair club! Yours looks great!

    I've had plenty of frozen hair in my day, but don't worry...it thaws. :)

    LOVE the OH skeletons. Its getting quite festive over there!

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  14. Those Ohio skeletons are adorable. So is your hair like that. My hair is stick straight so I always leave with it wet & it looks basically no different when it dries :)

    Hugs & love,
    Mimi

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  15. my Molly girl has that same ladybug pills pet! she sleeps with it every night.
    love the Ohio skeletons--very clever.
    your hair looks super cute like that!!!

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  16. Yeah, you probably don't want to try that hair thing in sub-freezing weather!

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  17. i got some strange looks in the office today laughing at Tax Time Pig's latest exploit - but i liked the skeletons also.

    They should have been doing the Y.M.C.A. - assuming that song is known in the states

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  18. OK - I love the people who decorate the pig! The Scream pig is hilarious.. & then they stepped it up a notch! Awesome!

    Lady - I wish my hair dried that good! It looks so beautiful & has that natural wave to it!...what is salt spray though? Never heard of it!

    I love your new bug... is your pillow pal jealous? :)

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  19. DFTP - the YMCA song is still pretty popular around here I think - at least everyone knows what it is :)

    I don't think of my hair as having natural wave - it would just be sort of bendy without the hair product - Tigi Salt Spray. I love this stuff!

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  20. OK, the tax pig is hilarious with the Scream mask!

    And what is salt spray?

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  21. First of all, your hair looks amazing!!! But...what the hey is "salt spray"??? Never HEARD of that!!

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