Monday, September 22, 2014

2014 Project 365 – Week Thirty-eight



Well, this past week has been just as crazy busy as the previous week. I’m pretty sure that it’s going to be like this until at least February.  I laughed at Steve Reed’s suggestion that I just let yesterday’s post be my weekly picture post – ha! As if you’d get off so lightly. I am toying with the idea of not posting my daily walk pictures (unless those are the only ones I have for that day) – I might try that next week. They’re all pretty similar from day to day anyway. We shall see.

Sunday, September 14th   
The Moon Man was up past midnight Saturday night…


Around the yard. Yes, that's a watermelon.



My daily walk.



I finished my dad’s birthday present.

 Monday, September 15th    
Supper – YUM! The creamed corn is from my dad’s garden.


My (late late) daily walk.


Tuesday, September 16th
I am in trouble now. Cadbury Screme Eggs in our downstairs vending area at the office. Eek!


I made Dr. M model the scarf & hat set before I boxed it up for delivery.


My daily walk. Pretty chilly (and I’ll be laughing at that statement by next month).


Wednesday, September 17th  
My dad’s birthday – Happy Birthday Daddy!
Dr. M drove by one of our local covered bridges.



Bug Household Wildlife.


My daily walk.


Dr. M has moved on from states to sailboats. This one is carrying a load of pumpkins. Heh.


Thursday, September 18th
My daily walk. I mowed the yard. While was still in the front yard the mower handle snapped in two. Fortunately duct tape lives up to its reputation! I was able to finish the whole yard.


Yes, we have corn in the back yard. I think we might get three or four ears out of this. If they actually mature un-marauded.


Friday, September 19th
Dr. M flew this flag in his classroom in honor of Talk Like a Pirate Day.


My daily walk – we’ve got our fall flag up, plus a new critter in the front yard.


Saturday, September 20th    
Bajillion pictures today – sorry! Our prayer shawl ministry group took a field trip to the Wool Gathering – which is a local craft fair for fiber arts folks. Lots of wool and yarn and crafts make for and with wool. There is also a herd dog demonstration with ducks, AND sheep/goats/alpacas/rabbits on display. They give shearing demonstrations.






We had a great time. I bought a basket & I’ve already filled it up. Ha!


Then later in the evening I took my daily walk. Those are Halloween decorations – a very orange house!


Whew! Hope everyone has a great week!

9 comments:

  1. Wool Gathering looks like a very fun outing!
    You are a very productive lady!
    Like the gift for Dad, but will Dr. M. give it up? Looks good on him.

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  2. the hat and scarf for your dad is adorable! And to think you taught yourself all of this....makes me feel so much better about the internet to see it being put to such good use. :) Love that basket...very handy!

    The birds are fab.

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  3. Looks like a very productive week! Love the basket :) I'd like to become as faithful as you are about walking daily. You go, girl!

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  4. It's astonishing how the temps are cooling off, isn't it? And September is running away so quickly.

    Your meal looked both healthy and tasty. And I'm so jealous of your tomato production. Our two plants managed about fifteen slicers and then gave up. Poor things. But the herbs just keep on keepin' on.

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  5. Dr. M looks great in that scarf. Creamed corn is one of the very few things I won't eat. When I was a kid I'd go to bed without supper rather than eat it.

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  6. That bug from Sunday looks...uhm...interesting! And I'm so jealous of your cooler temperatures. We're still in the high 80's with intense humidity. Just wait 'til January. I'll get revenge.

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  7. Well, now that you edited them all I'm glad to have seen them. :)

    Love the cicada, and your dad's birthday present turned out great! As for duct tape, Dave taught me that it will fix ANYTHING -- which I think is a Midwestern truism. :)

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  8. Great week, Bug. I must admit that I watch sheep herding on television. I'm totally fascinated.

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  9. I LOVE all these comments! Steve Reed, duck tape saved Apollo 13...what more do you need to know? ;-)

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