2017 Project 365 – Week Thirty-one

This week there are a LOT of pictures. I had major Decision Making Disorder. And I still didn’t use all the pictures – you’ll see some of them later this week.  
Sunday, July 30th     
I liked how my bracelet matched my new dress.


Hummingbird sighting! They love the petunias & morning glories.


Monday, July 31st                 
It was a good evening in Bug Hollow.



Tuesday, August 1st                                 
I was trying to grow my hair out, but then I had an epiphany: Self – do you really want to mess with all that hair while you’re in the hospital? The answer was no, no I don’t.


Pretty little things.


Wednesday, August 2nd                           
Snack – there is some oatmeal under there.


We see them every day now.


Thursday, August 3rd                        
Finished!


Friday, August 4th             
One of our dear friends painted this and then sent it to Dr. M. It has William Blake’s poem “The Lamb” written on it.


There is a sunflower field near our house!!





And a farm where they grow flowers!




Saturday, August 6th                 
Daddy and Sue came over to help clean the house. They worked so hard and we are so grateful! I sat in my chair like a queen playing games on my iPad while they vacuumed, dusted, and cleaned the bathrooms & kitchen.



Eastern Tiger Swallowtail – it looks like it’s been through the wars. We told it that our impatiens bed was a fine place to retire.



So far August has been cooler than July (at least here in my neck of the woods). What’s the weather like where you are?

Comments

  1. Love the hummingbirds. They've always intrigued me. Oh, and the Love Birds, too. ;)

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  2. Hazy. Hot. Humid. And what Scott said about the birds.

    Love your hair!

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  3. It is hot, humid, hazy, rainy, and hotter. It's sufficiently humid that the windows are fogging up with the AC set at 80. Oops!

    Your hair looks darling, and the hummingbirds make me jealous. Lucky you, to have them! Those sunflowers and zinnias are amazing, too. Happy-making, they are.

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  4. Great pictures, and I also love "The Lamb" poem by Blake.

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  5. Smart call on the haircut! Plenty of time to Grow Out when it's more convenient. Your lap blanket came out great.

    Cool and rainy here--feels more like October.

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  6. Seriously, your hummingbird pics are AMAZING!!!!
    I would love to do a photo session in a sunflower field like that!
    Love your blanket!!!

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  7. The weather at my location? Humid with afternoon showers that don't really give any relief. The hummingbirds are awesome.

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  8. "Brexit is not an acceptable word" -- ha! I can certainly agree with THAT.

    Glorious sunflowers!! And hummingbirds!

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