Another week of gorgeous fall foliage. And critters!
Sunday, October 30th
Dr. M worked all day on his Tenure & Promotion binders. I got to work on the index tabs! They’re all turned in now – here’s hoping his tenure goes through without any hitches.
Monday, October 31st – Halloween!
Dr. M took a couple of beautiful pictures on his way home from school.
Here we are getting ready to hand out candy. The State of the Bug – Arrggh!
Tuesday, November 1st
I had a flat tire when I went to leave work on Tuesday. Fortunately I’ve had a slow leak for a while, so Dr. M has been keeping the electric pump in the car. So I fixed it myself! Ha! He took it to get the tire repaired on Wednesday, so hopefully I won’t have to be that resourceful again in a while.
This made me laugh. While Dr. M waited for me to come home he saw this squirrel on our hedge outside the front window. The squirrel was diving under the green Halloween cobwebs to eat the red berries growing on the hedge. Cracked me up.
Wednesday, November 2nd
Dr. M captured some fall color (yes, this is the same caption I had last week on Wednesday).
Thursday, November 3rd
Dr. M saw a deer dashing across the road – it was a blur of motion!
The horse, on the other hand, was the opposite of a blur.
Friday, November 4th
I don’t usually think of crows as being beautiful, but this picture is pretty beautiful!
More fall color. I know, it’s so boring, isn’t it?
My rose is still blooming – so pretty.
Saturday, November 5th
I went to a craft fair this morning – mostly to support my friend Bekah who is trying to raise some money to pay medical bills. Here’s some of my loot.
And then I got these. Well, could you have resisted?
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!