Thursday, June 21, 2018

2018 Project 365 – Week Twenty-four


I am writing this post the same day that I wrote the one for week 23, but I didn’t want to overwhelm you guys with pictures, so I’m scheduling it to post later in the week. You’re welcome.
Sunday, June 10th                     
Wildflowers!


Monday, June 11th                              
My Facebook caption: All alone at a table for 14. #feelingconspicuous #imearly #dramaqueen 


More wildflowers. Just settle back & prepare to be inundated all summer. We’re just too pleased with ourselves about our little wildflower garden. Ha!


Tuesday, June 12th                                                 
Square of the week…


Wednesday, June 13th    
Dr. M looked out the window & saw these goldfinches in the wildflowers!



Thursday, June 14th       
Guess what? More wildflowers!


A couple of pieces from work – some sort of double-sided couch and a headboard.


Friday, June 15th                               
It was a messy bun, talking to inanimate objects kind of day (I told the staple box it had led a hard life). 


Wildflowers!


Dr. M has been watching bluebirds land on this light post for a while now. Today he finally got a picture. 


Saturday, June 16th                                    
I had breakfast with some of my oldest longtime friends. The four of us had a great time talking nonstop for two and a half hours. We need to do this more often!



I have nothing new to say here, since I just wrote my other post about 20 minutes ago. So, why don’t you tell me something interesting?


8 comments:

  1. Flowers, birds, and crochet - are always a delight to the eyes.

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  2. cosmos, poppies, cornflowers. love the mix.

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    1. We do too - & they're something new almost every day. Such fun!

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  3. I'm struck by how lightweight those goldfinches must be, to sit on the cosmos and not bend them down. Your flowers really DO look great!

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    1. Thanks! Those goldfinches remind me of red winged black birds that we would see along the side of the road in Ohio - usually on fences, but sometimes clinging to some tall grass.

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  4. The bluebird looks like he's really ticked off about something!

    ...some sort of double-sided couch... <-- I'm wondering about this...is that for people who are mad at each other, and therefore don't want to sit next to each other?

    Beautiful wildflowers!

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    1. I am VERY curious about where that couch is going to end up!

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