2014 Project 365 – Week Forty-six

This was a banner week. It was Dr. M’s birthday, and…. Well, mostly it was Dr. M’s birthday. Oh, and I had Thursday and Friday off from work so my sleep schedule is royally messed up again. Yay!

Sunday, November 9th
My daily walk – my first winter hat of the season.


I was just a bit dismayed by Dr. M’s clashing plaids…


Monday, November 10th    
Dr. M had his usual delay on his way to school.


I took a bunch of pictures for my 10 on 10 post – you can check them out here. But here’s a repeat of my daily walk pics.


Tuesday, November 11th     
Campus hawk helping out with the squirrel population.


My daily walk – the toad edition! I saw two of them – and frankly they were just a bit startley.


Wednesday, November 12th  
My daily walk – I told Facebook that I thought my winter coat added 20 pounds to my shadow. Ha!


Thursday, November 13th
My daily walk – it got a little chilly for Dr. M’s birthday!


Dr. M saw the campus does.


When he got home he took pictures of the coldness – and his birthday bags :)


Friday, November 14th
Dr. M took the long way home.



My daily walk. Love the sun burnished trees…


One of Dr. M’s birthday presents – Otis the sheep who is getting ready to shear himself (see the little shears in his hand?).


I worked on some Christmas presents. These are about 8 inches long.


We watched the second Harry Potter movie & I was inspired to put on my Professor McGonagall hat. I don’t know why.


Saturday, November 15th     
My daily walk. I “borrowed” Dr. M’s hat for the excursion.


When I got back I cut up the last of the peppers from the local farm stand – I love how some of them look tie dyed.


Two more of Dr. M’s presents – a sheepy mug and a very silly sheep plug that fits in the audio jack on his phone.


We’ve had our luggage down in the middle of the floor for a few weeks now – so long that we don’t want to bother to stow it until after our Thanksgiving trip. Dr. M moved the bags off of the floor for me to be able to vacuum and then he got silly. I’ve got to say that Luggage Man was very alarming in the middle of the night when I got up to get a drink of water. I took special care to not look too closely in case I saw two fiery red eyes & it started saying my name in a raspy whisper, “Daaannnnaaaa…..” Yikes! I skedaddled back to bed!



Hope everyone has a great week!

Comments

  1. That's one of the best witch's hat's I've seen.

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  2. Is that a Christmas tree on someone's front door from your Wednesday walk???

    And Luggage Man would scare that heck out of me in the middle of the night!

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    1. Scared me, and I created him! Frankenrhyne's monster?

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  3. Love your hats,
    All things sheep,
    and different kinds of creatures.
    Y'alls photography makes OH very inviting!

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  4. I like your winter hat, and I love that sheep mug!!

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  5. Are those bookmarks? Very neat. I'm still inspired by your dedication to your daily walks. Do you wear reflectors now that you're walking in the dark? Be careful! There are old ladies - like me - on the road who shouldn't be driving in the dark. :)

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    1. I think they're supposed to be Christmas ornaments, but I didn't pick Christmas themed pendants, so I'm not sure WHAT people will do with them!

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  6. you are either dedicated or crazy about those walks at night and in freezing temps. I'm not sure which. HA! I first subconsciously typed witch for which. must have been the hat.

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  7. Love the pictures this week. Are the Christmas presents book marks? I love them. Your photos always make me smile.

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  8. I love the imagination that created Luggage Man!

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  9. I would appropriate The Professor's hat immediately. It looks terrific and sexy on you.
    Bravo on your Daily Walk dedication. I admire you immensely.

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    1. I wore it to choir practice tonight :)

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  10. That is an enormous plant by your head!

    Also, luggage man would give my heart a skip!

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    1. That's Miss Pinky Two Tone our 7 year old geranium!

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