2015 Project 365 – Week Twenty
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.
Sunday, May 10th
My daily walk – mowing. On a Sunday, I know – but we had to take advantage of the weather before we ended up needing a bush hog. Unfortunately I ran out of gas (or, rather, the mower ran out of gas). I didn’t mind all that much. Ha!
Our rector’s husband is QUITE a woodworker (he made the yarn bowl I shared a few weeks ago). I had told him that yarn bowls don’t usually work very well with the type of yarn that I use & he made a spindle for me! I LOVE IT!
Monday, May 11th
A non-goldfinch finch at our feeder.
Dr. M does a pretty good job of picking out hanging baskets. He moved this one over to our neighbor’s fence so that he & his wife can enjoy it too.
Tuesday, May 12th
Our new feeder is quite the success!
Growing things around the yard.
My new spindle in action – love it! Did I mention that I love it?
My daily walk.
Wednesday, May 13th
Sheep!! That raggedy one in the middle bottom makes me laugh.
Dr. M always knows that he has to take pictures of the purple & yellow flowers that bloom by the sides of the roads.
More finchy goodness.
My daily walk.
Thursday, May 14th
Dr. M went over to the neighbor’s yard to get some pictures of their poppies and irises – gorgeous!
Friday, May 15th
Ms. Pinky is definitely bouncing back from her rude spring. We’re quite relieved.
I left today for a Vestry retreat at our local Episcopal retreat center. I over packed as usual (I was only gone one night). And I had a stowaway!
I took a walk around the grounds before Evening Prayer.
Saturday, May 10th
Hope everyone has a great week!