Here is another week of entirely too many pictures. I’m not sure why I keep apologizing for that – it’s not like I plan to take fewer pictures or anything. Heh.
Sunday, June 26th
Dr. M took some pictures of the birds in my dad’s yard. It’s like a rainbow…
On his way to his dad’s house later that day of course he found some sheep. Imagine!
I had asked him to take pictures of some of the flowers at his mom’s grave. The first arrangement was sent by our neighbors here in Ohio. Thanks K & R!
Monday, June 27th
I roamed around Daddy & Amy’s yard taking pictures of flowers (and one thing that is not a flower).
Tuesday, June 28th
On Tuesday we headed home by way of Roan Mountain. You can see our other pictures here.
Here is the State of the Bug: Now when exactly is that surgery scheduled?
Wednesday, June 29th
I took a picture of our flowers out front. As predicted, it’s a daisy casplosion.
Here’s the plant my sister-in-law sent to the funeral – we liked it so much we brought it home with us.
Thursday, June 30th
The squirrel of the week.
And, no, we don’t have a menagerie in the back yard. Really!
Friday, July 1st
It’s the Tax Time Pig getting ready to set off some fireworks!
I thought you might like to see the whole tableau.
This 18 wheeler pulled right out in front of me on my way home. You probably can’t read it but it says “Swifty Gas.” You, sir are not swift under any possible definition of the word!
Saturday, July 2nd
Today Dr. M & I went out for brunch & then to the Lowes for important household items (squeegee for the shower & potting soil – woot!). We decided to meander a bit before heading home. We missed getting a picture of the doe and fawn we saw, but I did manage to capture these fine fellows instead.
When we got home I took a couple of pics of the yard. Our first tomatoes! It might be a little bit before we actually eat these.
The geranium-in-a-can that we over wintered (see here for its out of control winter picture) has finally decided that maybe it might bloom.
Then while I was working on this post Dr. M grabbed the camera chip from me & took a picture of this chickadee on our suet cage! What a cutie.
Go to Sara’s blog here to see the blogs of all the other Project 365 participants.