2018 Project 365 – Week Forty-one
Lots of pictures this week, including several selfies. I apparently think I’m hilarious.
Sunday, October 7th
Your Sunday bloomers!
I blew by my father on the way to sing at the nursing home & then we ended up at the same stoplight, which highly amused me. One of my friends on Facebook said that he was also probably a better parker than I am. That gets a big duh!
Today’s scripture from church juxtaposed with a bumper sticker I saw on my way home.
My color placement made this square look pretty odd to me, but I guess we can say those are wings?
Monday, October 8th
The hound dog is still around. We don’t have a picture, but the neighbor finally got him to go into her fenced back yard & he has been having a grand time playing with her dog. She probably would still like to find him a home. She thinks he was dumped on the side of the road. So sad – he’s such a pretty boy!
I got stopped by a train, but I was entertained by the tags.
Tuesday, October 9th
Balanced the petty cash box. Using that accounting degree – ha!
This is what the square is supposed to look like.
Wednesday, October 10th
Furniture Wednesday. Some of these pieces aren’t finished yet (& you can see one is already in plastic). We were in a whirl trying to get ready for High Point Furniture Market.
Thursday, October 11th
Hurricane Michael brought torrential rain & wind to our area. One of the neighbor’s trees blew over. Dr. M was happy to provide disaster relief to the area wildlife by refilling the bird feeder.
We’re doing low key Halloween décor this year.
Friday, October 12th
My lunch – it was fabulous!
We had a hard time choosing between curling & baseball (baseball won).
To cap off our exciting Friday night, I colored my hair! As a brunette, I know that if I REALLY want hair that color I’ll have to have a professional do it. But I guess this will do.
Saturday, October 13th
We’re having company for dinner on Sunday. Dr. M got a head start on the preparations.
I’m still feeling exhausted from the craziness of the world. Living in a perpetual state of anxiety can’t be healthy, so I’m going to try to do something about it. Not sure what, yet. Any ideas? (Betina – chocolate is already on the list – ha!)