2017 Project 365 – Week Twenty-eight
We had a mostly quiet week (me being under house arrest & all), so these are perhaps not the most exciting pictures. Um, but they’re the same kind of pictures I post every week. Hmmm – maybe after my hip surgery we need to start doing more interesting things!
Sunday, July 9th
This is perhaps the most pathetic picture of all – my dinner Sunday night: a boiled egg, broiled green beans, & cucumber tomato salad. But ya’ll, it was QUITE tasty.
Monday, July 10th
I was walking through the living room & saw my current crochet project. I noticed now well it matches our curtains and the table that my cousin the potter made. Maybe I’m supposed to keep this & give the bride something different?
Tuesday, July 11th
My view while I was working.
Wednesday, July 12th
A turkey & mayo & peanut butter & jelly sandwich. My version of a Monte Cristo? This concoction got a number of negative reviews on Facebook, but it was so good that I had it for three days in a row!
Thursday, July 13th
Friday, July 14th
I went from the soft squishy acrylic yarn project to the much smaller wool yarn project. A bit of textural culture shock for my fingers!
Saturday, July 15th
Today three very exciting things happened. First, my cousin loaned us a teenager to cut our grass! This enabled Dr. M to spend his energy on weedeating. The yard looks great!
Next, my ramp came & I was set free! We went to Bojangles – ha! It’s what Free Range Bugs do. (Note: I can't even with the bang situation. I look like a teenage boy in this picture.)
Finally, we knew that a wren had built a nest in one of our petunia baskets, but we weren’t sure if anything was happening in there. You can barely tell in the bottom left picture, but that’s a large baby bird maw waiting on dinner! Dr. M saw several in the nest. Very exciting!
36 days until surgery – we’re getting there people! Did anything exciting happen in your life last week?