2015 Project 365 – Week Twenty-one
“This week was finchy & flowery, and churchy… Dr. M & I both took lots and lots of pictures – I promise that I did actually leave out a bunch, even though I’m sure it doesn’t look like it here.” That’s last week’s intro. Exchange doves for finches, add some squirrels & toads, and you’ve got this week too. Ha!
Sunday, May 17th
Today we had a rogation service at church. Instead of meeting at our usual time and place, in the afternoon we headed out to the new property of one of our parishioners. We walked the fields while the priest blessed various things, had Eucharist, and then like all good ChurchPeople everywhere, we ate. It was a really really good day.
Monday, May 18th
Dr. M took pictures of our hanging baskets, and our neighbor’s hybrid poppies and roses.
The first of two pictures of squirrels eating corn. This is the corn that the squirrels planted in our raised bed last year – we put it away for winter & then forgot about it. They’re enjoying it now.
That evening we enjoyed the fire pit and saw a toad. This was a good day too.
Tuesday, May 19th
Random dove. I love their blue eyeliner, and the way they are so ungraceful when they come in for a landing.
Wednesday, May 20th
Squirrel sitting in his own special chair eating corn.
Thursday, May 21st
Another dove and another squirrel – and a robin & its shadow.
My daily walk – chasing the sun!
The moon (and friend).
Friday, May 22nd
Peonies! Dr. M knows they’re my favorite flower. They are all over the cemeteries up here. He drove by one & took the time to take these pictures for me. Sweet!
I took a break from work to help hang our Pentecost doves in our sanctuary. On Facebook I said, “Filed under: Senior Warden, other duties as required. #Pentecost”
My daily walk. The pink latex glove with bunny ears made me laugh & laugh.
Saturday, May 23rd
Hope everyone has a great week!