Sunday, July 26, 2015

2015 Project 365 – Week Thirty

The days are getting shorter, but it has felt a lot like summer around here this week. Hot, humid, flora out the wazoo…
Sunday, July 19th   
A little visitor to our petunias…


 Monday, July 20th  
These guys have been so gorgeous this year!


Campus critters.


Tuesday, July 21st               
We had tried to find a home for Dr. M’s mom’s electric piano, but after some months of travel it has ended up back with us. I’m thrilled to have it back! I didn’t know I had missed it…


Dr. M enjoyed the swing…


While I took my daily walk. Um, the baby wasn’t on my walk – she’s the daughter of a coworker. I attended a Mary Kay party at her house after work.


The moon!         


Wednesday, July 22nd        
Square #3 of pattern #14.


Here’s what I had to say on Facebook about this:  I started a (very modest) strength training program recently & remembered what I've always thought about these weights (which we've had for years): one of them feels lighter than the other one. I finally decided to weigh them. Not only are they nearly one pound different - neither of them weighs 3.3 lbs. How bizarre!


Thursday, July 23rd      
I ordered new glasses today – I’m going to try progressives. Well, I use progressives now, but they are just for computer & reading. These new ones will start off with a very slight distance prescription and gradually go to my reading prescription. I got tired of taking my glasses off & putting them back on all the time.


This week I finally remembered to put my old camera back in the car – it’s much easier than my phone when I want to take pictures on the fly. So, what pictures did I take this week? This one. And then one on Saturday (not shown) where I’m driving with my sunglasses on my face & my reading glasses on my head. Made me laugh.


Our yard has really been great this year!              


My daily walk.


The moon!


Friday, July 24th  
More flowers from the yard.


Square #4 of pattern #14.


The moon!


Saturday, July 24th
Went to church for Heart & Hands (our knitting/crochet ministry). I was the only one who showed up, but I finished a preemie hat & got to meet Bill the Cat! (Is anyone else out there THRILLED BEYOND WORDS that Opus is back? Swoon!).


Our yard… I would apologize for so many pictures, but I know that this winter I’ll be happy to have pictures of our flowers!
               



Hope everyone has a great week!

11 comments:

  1. Love the sunglasses, and I can't get enough pictures of sunflowers.

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  2. Love your new glasses! Where do you get them? I used to get mine right at the eye doctor's office, but the last time I got them at Sam's Club...reluctantly. You know, Sam's... And then I was extremely surprised by how great the service was, how friendly and knowledgeable the staff, and how much money I saved.

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  3. Yes, I'm delighted that Bloom County is back. Loved your week in review.

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  4. As my mother -in-law would have said, your flowers are something to behold. I missed my flowers this year, but we plan to do a perennial bed next year. Good on you for changing the glasses. They're cute and it will be simpler for you. I'm big on simplicity around here. Looks like Dr. M found a Zen moment on the swing. That's always a good thing.

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  5. Lillies and daisies are two of my favorite flowers. Loved the shots. Love the new glasses you are sporting. I always look so forward to your 365 post. Thank you for sharing them with us.

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  6. I'm happy to see the flowers as it's so hot and dry here very little is blooming.

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  7. All the close-ups are great. Love the butterfly!
    So do you lift with the heavier weight with your dominant hand?
    Always delighted to visit and have Bug visits ;)

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  8. One day I may try 365 again, but reality, instagram is the lazy girls 365.

    R

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  9. I can't but feel that Bill the Cat and I share a similar life path. Simply because the way he is usually drawn is often how I feel.

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