Sunday, April 27, 2014

2014 Project 365 – Week Seventeen



With all the lovely weather we’ve been having I’m counting down until vacation… and I need to start adding walking to the biking I’m doing every day.

Sunday, April 20th       
Happy Easter! Our church was lovely this morning.


Dr. M saw the Easter Bunny in a neighbor’s yard. Heh.


The Daily Bike.


Monday, April 21st
Part of my lunch for the day.


Red-winged blackbirds!


Some sort of plane that Dr. M saw.


The Daily Bike (which was a really really short one since my dress kept flying up – oops!).


Tuesday, April 22nd            
Dr. M took pictures of some gorgeous flowers today! Here are just a few.


The Daily Bike.


Wednesday, April 23rd
Here is a tale of big hair. I had the bright idea to sleep in curlers, but the result was a little bit out of control at first. But as usual, it had calmed down considerably by the time I left for work (& in fact no one at work commented on my hair so I think it just mostly looked normal – ha!).



Tree swallow – Dr. M was pretty excited when he saw it!


It was Administrative Professionals Day. I gave away most of my goodies, but I still had plenty to munch on for a few days.


The Daily Bike


Thursday, April 24th      
The puzzle is coming along. And I haven’t really been cursing it like I thought I would!


Dr. M’s university always celebrates Shakespeare’s birthday. One of the students dressed as a fool & Dr. M wore his Renaissance costume for the occasion.


The Daily Bike.


Friday, April 25th
The Daily Bike.


Dr. M & I participated in his school’s Relay for Life event. Last year was SO cold & miserable, but this year was really nice.


Saturday, April 26th  
The Daily Bike.


Dr. M stalked the backyard critters. They was lots of courting going on – ‘tis the season.


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!

12 comments:

  1. You two are getting the nice weather and spring season off to a wonderful start. I need to get on board and do some walking. The weather has almost improved enough. Your church did look lovely for Easter. The flowers placed were so colourful. Thank you for sharing Dana.

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  2. Monday's lunch looks great - I love sushi. And all those lovely flowers...!

    I have to admit - I would not be "giving away" those goodies. I become a selfish, greedy person when it comes to chocolate!

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  3. So you like sushi? So do I, especially with raw tuna, even though I feel guilty eating it since the oceans are becoming depleted. I hope you have a great week.

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  4. Gawd! I hope you didn't give away that Ghiradelli chocolate! Yummmm.

    I envy you all of your beautiful avian visitors. (That's birds to the yokels!)

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  5. Such beautiful flowers!! So happy to be seeing life and growing things again! Kudos to you for sticking with the biking each day....today is the 28th, which marks the point that a habit has been formed. Nice of your work to recognize your service.

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  6. Another great week for the Bug! Loved the photographs.

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  7. Loved the birds, the flowers (especially the Easter ones), the daily bike, and your lunch...what was the top right hand section...with the almonds????

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  8. Bunnies, Birdies, and Bra Pong--oh my!

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  9. That plane was a Beechcraft B-18....the military called it a C-45. Looks like you had a fun week. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. I want sushi in my lunch pail. Love the pics of your hair. What a transition! You are really being consistent with your bike riding. Yippee!

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  11. 25th expression and 26th bicycle, my favs, plus the birds and the bunny and ...

    In TN right now. Mike riding 100 miles, 3 State 3 Mountain Challenge.

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