Birds, flowers, and those orange “blooms” that seem to spring up along the roadsides this time of year…
Sunday, June 9th
We were watching the Tony awards & realized that we hadn’t taken a picture today! I decided that Cyndi Lauper would do…
Monday, June 10th
I felt kind of bad when I saw this car – the Penguins were knocked out of the Stanley Cup last week.
Flowers from around the yard. I love our yard!
Tuesday, June 11th
This tag made me laugh – even as I was trying to get close enough to get a picture. Ha!
Dr. M serenading the birds.
Wednesday, June 12th
On my drive to work today I had to go through FIVE construction zones! And three of them had flaggers where I had to sit & wait before being allowed to go through. Sheesh! Fortunately by Thursday we were back to only two (they are bridge projects & will be going for a while).
Our Easter lilies are going strong. Well, the big one is – the other one is kind of a runt. We’ll see if it’s able to actually bloom.
We were supposed to get high winds & thunderstorms so we put some of the container plants in the garage, along with Mr. Gnome.
Thursday, June 13th
More flower pictures. The geranium is getting ready to bloom!
Mr. G got released from the bucket to his new work detail – guarding our miniature rose.
Our pet hummingbird.
Friday, June 14th
The State of the Bug: one of my ankles was swollen so I propped my feet up & crocheted for a little while during a break at work. I’m working on another prayer shawl.
Dr. M’s Facebook comment on this picture: "there's somethin' happening here...what it is, ain't exactly clear...there's a squirrel with a limb over there, telling me I've got to beware..."
Saturday, June 15th
I had to do some things at church today and Dr. M came along to set up our new “butt can.” Seems to me that many of my Junior Warden duties involve using my husband as slave labor – ha! (I had to laugh – it arrived last week & here is Dr. M’s Facebook status from that day: Strange emails I've sent: "The new butt can is here!" #juniorwardenspouse)
As we were leaving I took some pictures of the little garden area by the door – I love its wild tangle of green & bloom.
Go to Mamma Fran’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. He also takes pictures with our old reliable 7 megapixel Canon Powershot A710. 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!