Sunday, December 7, 2014

2014 Project 365 – Week Forty-nine

I don’t know about you, but by the time I had edited all these pictures I was about tired of seeing my face. I didn’t really notice as I went along, but there are about four too many selfies in this post!

Sunday, November 30th
Our last day in NC. I went to the nursing home with Daddy to help him lead singing for their Sunday School class. My aunt V plays the piano & I thought it was QUITE fitting that the first hymn we sang was “There is Power in the Blood”.


Dr. M took a few last pictures around the house & then we headed out. I worked on my latest prayer shawl – I think it’s going to be a bit shocking with all that pink & purple :)



When we got back home it was so warm that I decided to take my walk outside.


Monday, December 1st     
Happy Birthday to my fabulous brother!

I had the day off from work so I crocheted my first ever baby hat. Yes, I know these aren’t baby colors, but that’s the cotton I had on hand so I decided to try it anyway. Heh.


My daily walk. Just a bit of a temperature drop.


Tuesday, December 2nd      
Our weekly Pinky picture…


My daily walk. I’m not sure how exciting I can keep making these indoor Gazelle pictures.


Wednesday, December 3rd   
My annual squishing.


I took my daily walk at a park near the office & became an accidental geocacher! I need to go back when it’s not so cold & see if I can get a better picture of the log book.


Meanwhile, Dr. M was stalking this guy.


And getting a picture of a tattooed Santa for me. Ha!


Thursday, December 4th
Campus deer. I think it looks like she’s wearing high heels.


My daily walk. Well, this picture is a little more interesting – you can see our very messy dressing room/Dr. M’s office. And yes, we really do have shoes everywhere. 


Friday, December 5th  
My daily walk – it was raining & chilly, but I was tired of the Gazelle. As a reward I got to see a blue pumpkin!


Saturday, December 6th    
Today our knitting group (plus one crocheter – that’s me!) took a field trip to a really nice yarn shop & then had lunch afterward. We had a great time – all spent more than we meant to. I can’t believe I didn’t take a picture of the shop or any of the yarn I bought, but you’ll see it when I make something with it. Anyway, here we are at lunch. I had a salmon salad, but forgot to take a picture of it until it was gone.


My daily walk. As I said on Facebook, August (the inflatable emperor penguin) isn't sure why he has to wear my summer hat, a St. Patrick's Day headband, two leis, a hula skirt, a colorful poncho, and a fabric flower... Maybe that's why he's listing to one side...


The moon!



Hope everyone has a great week!

10 comments:

  1. You may have forgotten to photograph lunch, but dessert is always my favorite part anyways!

    Boy you did have a big temperature swing didn't you?

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  2. Yes, deer in high heels! Your dessert looks yummy...what was it?

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  3. A fun combination of photographs. It's like spending the week with you. Take care.

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  4. The deer does look like it's wearing high heels. Ha! Lot's of interesting pix. Hope this week is a good week for you and gives you lots of photo opportunities.

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  5. I've always found the idea of geocaching interesting, but I've never actually done it.

    The deer DOES look like she's in high heels!

    That poor penguin does seem a bit overburdened. :)

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  6. Oh man. I miss my knitting group. It's always fun to sit & do all things yarn with other yarn-freaks :)
    I love that crochet needle - looks easy to hold.
    You just made me think of my grandma - that is one of her favorite hymns.

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  7. I just really dislike those air filled balloon thing seasonal decorations. give me lights and wood cut-outs!

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  8. For the deer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOlZutHUI4o

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  9. That is one stylish deer! I like the pink and purple yarn mixed in with the blue in your new prayer shawl project. I can totally understand the desire to walk outside, even in the rain, just for a change of scene :) Doing good girl, I'm proud of your walking routine! Now if you could send a little motivation my way :) We walk a few days every week, but haven't gotten into the every day habit yet. And we need to!

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