2014 Project 365 – Week Twenty

What a fabulous week! And of course we took a bajillion pictures. I exercised great restraint in the ones I’m posting here. It helps that Dr. M posted a number of his fabulous bird, dolphin and scenery pictures on his blog. So if you want to see the pretty side of our trip – pictures taken by an actual real photographer with a real camera (as opposed to my random cell phone pictures) go to his blog.

Sunday, May 11th       
I cooked lunch this day – I know! I’m amazed too (and AMUSED – I cooked lunch today too & had asparagus & chicken again – ha!).

The Daily Walk. I thought it was going to rain on me - & boy was I ready for it. I was HOT.


Monday, May 12th
We drove to the beach today – Dewey Beach, Delaware.

My Daily Walk. After a twelve hour drive I just took a minute to walk out to check out the beach.

Tuesday, May 13th            
Breakfast – I had these French Toast casseroles EVERY DAY. Pretty sweet view from the desk in the room.

The Daily Walk. Yep – the best one so far in May :)

We had so much fun on that one that we took another one at a nature area. I liked it just as much.

Dr. M doing what he does.

Wednesday, May 14th
This is a man in his happy place.

Here too :)

The Daily Walk – along the boardwalk in Rehobeth Beach.

It was chilly & rainy today so I bundled up to read on the balcony.

Thursday, May 15th       

Reading on the balcony – what a difference a day makes! It was a gorgeous day.

My daily walk. Sigh.

I was highly amused when I realized that I was wearing my reading glasses while my sunglasses were on my head. Ha!

The moon!

Friday, May 16th
Sunrise – I got up to go to the bathroom & took this picture. Then I went back to bed. Ha!

It was really rainy today so I thought this would be my only walk – at the outlet stores. Where I bought five (FIVE!!) pairs of shoes. Five! I used to love to get new shoes, but then the Hip Troubles began & new shoes were simply No Fun. I have to confess though – I bought old lady shoes. A pair of walking shoes, converse sneakers (yes, the ones with the bright pink laces), flip flops, black ballet flats, & brown Merrills. But I was pretty darn blissful about it all.

The Real Daily Walk. Let’s all just sigh again, shall we?

Saturday, May 17th  
We drove home today.

The Daily Walk, at the Sideling Hill rest area. Lots of stairs! Based on how tight my calves are today I’m thinking I should add more stairs to my daily menu.

Sunset on the way home.


Have a great week!


  1. Your pictures describe such a nice, relaxing vacation! I love the one of Dr. M through the door.

    Stairs are tough...I walk a lot, but throw in a walk up a few flights of stairs, and I definitely feel it the next day!

  2. Who is that behind those Foster Grants? Why, it's Da Bug. :)

  3. I love the fact that Dr, M. sleeps with a stuffie.

  4. Looks like a fab trip!

    What is a french toast casserole and where can I get one?

  5. Fabulous!!! Looks like it was such a nice pace!

  6. Looks like a great time was had by all. I want that French toast recipe. What beach did you guys go to? I could not tell....except I know it is not the Gulf.

    1. Dewey Beach, Delaware...just up the road from Ocean City, MD. Dewey and neighboring Rehoboth still have that old Atlantic charm, despite the overdevelopment. We had a fabulous time!

  7. This post just exudes HAPPINESS. And you look great, especially with your hair defending itself against the wind. Super photos; lovely item.

  8. Finally! I'm able to comment on your blog again! I messed with my internet settings and made it so I couldn't comment on any blogs ran by blogger.

    Your vacation looks fantastic! We need to hit the beach this year I think. It's been a while and we have no excuses since the beach really is only between an hour and an hour and a half away depending on where we go!

  9. It looks like you guys had a great time. The sunrises are so pretty on the ocean. I'm an early riser, so I usually get a couple of sunrise pics at the beach. The pink laces are cute. Glad you had a good time and are home safely.


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