We had snow and rain, cold and sunny skies, and one of the weirdest Halloweens ever! Dr. M has a post with a lot of the pictures I didn’t use here – and if you want to see any critters you’ll have to go there!
Saturday, October 27th
Dr. M took pictures of our mums today.
I went to the benefit I talked about here. Jenny was radiant – in fact her mother said that she didn’t look sick enough to need a benefit. But she was between chemo treatments so she was feeling pretty good, all considering. She had her last treatment this week.
Sunday, October 28th
We moved Pinky inside for the winter.
Monday, October 29th
Dr. M took pictures of what the middle of autumn looks like around here.
Tuesday, October 30th
This was the day our town was having Beggar’s Night (Trick or Treating), but Sandy gave us this, so it was postponed until Saturday (see below about how that wasn’t such a hot idea).
So I pulled out my heavy winter gear. It tickles me to wear stuff that I made. On the other hand, all that wool is itchy!
I rarely wear these penguin earrings – they’re over an inch long – but I try to pull them out close to Halloween.
Water fowl enjoying the foul watery weather.
Wednesday, October 31st
My coworker Mary dressed as a junky with a monkey on her back. I told her that she should be drinking Red Bull so she could be jittery for the role.
I was a witch.
The State of the Bug, in my natural attire. Heh.
Thursday, November 1st
I saw this by the Kroger where I was getting gas – pretty!
It was such a pretty day & Dr. M got some nice pictures on his way home from work.
Friday, November 2nd
Dr. M was stopped on the side of the road Friday evening & took these shots. Lovely!
P.S. Here’s a preview of next week – Dr. M handing out candy on Saturday afternoon. In the wintry mix precipitation event that we were getting (while I sat inside & babysat laundry & worked on this post – ha!). We didn’t want to disappoint the kids!
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. The Bug uses our new Nikon Coolpix S6200 most of the time. If you’re interested in which camera was used for a particular shot, just ask!