Sunday, April 25, 2021

2021 Project 365 – Week Seventeen

All this week I thought, man we are not taking pictures like last week! It’s going to be a boring P365 post. Darn. I just finished editing, and well, it might be boring, but I guess I just forgot about all these pictures. There was only one day without one, but I took a screenshot that I thought was worth sharing.
 
Sunday, April 18th  
Our little azalea bushes decided to get in on all the splashy fun.
 

I did some “knitting” & then cleansed my palate with something that I knew how to do.
 

My book was getting intense, so I decided to work a jigsaw puzzle WHILE I WAS READING IT. This is similar to how I often have to leave the room during movies.
 

Monday, April 19th   
No photo – just this screenshot.
 

Tuesday, April 20th  
First time eating in a restaurant in over a year and I got a burrito as big as my head! I only ate half. It was REALLY good!
 

Wednesday, April 21st       
Freeze warning, so Mandy the Mandevilla & Sir Basil, Duke of Pesto came inside for a couple of nights.
 

Thursday, April 22nd    
This is apparently a problem with these Fitbit bands. This is the second one that has come loose like this. I took it to a jeweler, but since this is considered “fast fashion” it’s not something they handle. So in addition to knitting I shall now start trying to figure out jewelry making. Fun!
 

Friday, April 23rd   
Dr. M got a new Hurricane’s t-shirt. This thing is huge! I should do a photo shoot – I could wear it with leggings & be very fashionable. Or maybe not.


Saturday, April 24th   
Dr. M looked out the window & saw a flash of blue. We’ve been getting blue jays & bluebirds, but this time it was an Indigo Blue Bunting! They come through around this time every year.
 

I was watching my Bicrafty Bootcamp video where the instructor was teaching me how to knit, but I was behind on my temperature blanket so I crocheted that while I was watching. That’s bicrafty, right?
 

Weekly blanket update – indoors because it was pouring rain all day. Things definitely took a cold turn at the end of the week – brrr!
 

Today has been gorgeous – a nice break after the cold and the rain. Unfortunately the rain didn’t really take all the pollen away so I can’t sit out on the deck. Good thing we have windows! How are you doing with spring allergies? Or are you one of those lucky folks who aren’t affected?
 
 

14 comments:

  1. That is a huge, overstuffed burrito! Goodness.

    Lots of people are remarking at how masking has helped their allergies immensely. I am not a spring allergy sufferer, but I know the pollen here, esp. pine, has started up in earnest.

    I'm jealous of your indigo bunting sighting! We're overrun with starlings at the moment. Junk birds.

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    1. You know - I should probably leave my mask on when I'm in the car. I'll bet that would help with my allergies. Except the burning eyes...

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  2. that screenshot says it all. we're still having chilly mornings here.

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  3. Bicrafty indeed - learning knitting while crocheting! Looks like another busy week at your house. It is quickly warming toward summer though the early mornings are nice and cool.

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    1. I'm not sure how much "learning" was going on :)

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  4. I love indigo buntings! I haven't seen one in years but they're pretty amazing. I never had much luck with mandevilla, but yours looks very happy. As for your book, any time someone says "We need a screwdriver," that means trouble.

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    1. Yeah - screwdrivers are definitely harbingers of trouble at the very least.

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  5. I seriously am just loving your blanket!!!!!
    Did it feel so funny eating out?

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    1. I felt ok eating out until I found out that about half the table of folks hadn't been vaccinated. Freaked me out a bit, but I decided to not worry overmuch because THEY'RE the ones in danger, not me.

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  6. Bicrafty Bug! Beautiful blanket, bunting, bushes and basil.
    BBBBlessings!

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  7. That burrito *does* look good!

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    1. It was so good. I am already fantasizing about getting the same thing next month. Ha!

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