I have been having entirely too much fun using PicMonkey to edit my pictures – why I can include ever so many more when I put them in collages! Of course it takes me twice as long to work on the pictures, so this fad may not last forever. Thank goodness I’m only using the free features – if I were paying for a subscription I probably wouldn’t get my P365 posted until Wednesday!
Saturday, September 22nd
A very rare (for us) blue jay.
Robin had talked about getting a pill organizer so I had to show her up with my humongous one.
Sunday, September 23rd
Our miniature rosebush has just had the best summer & doesn’t show signs of slowing down for fall. Besides this one there are currently around 6 buds getting ready to bloom.
The neighbor’s bird feeder – it’s just as out of control as ours are!
Pinky the geranium.
This squirrel nest blew out of the tree next door – looks comfy, doesn’t it? Heh.
Monday, September 24th
A cow. Staring at Dr. M.
Lovely flowers which the boy next door grew.
Tuesday, September 25th
The State of the Bug – pretending I’m Marilyn. I had gotten up early to put Velcro rollers in my hair - & this is the result. See how extra bouncy & curly my hair is? Nah, me either. It was a waste of time. Anyone want some Velcro rollers? I’ll ship them to you free!
Dr. M stopped by a local orchard to get some apples for me & saw all sorts of loveliness – including a bulldog in a car. He makes me smile.
Flowers at home and on Dr. M’s commute.
Our crazy volunteer pumpkin plant.
No moon – it was cloudy.
Wednesday, September 26th
The moon! (Still cloudy, but it peered out at us for a few minutes).
Thursday, September 27th
Seagulls at a local park.
No moon (cloudy again).
Friday, September 28th
Fall in our neck of the woods.
It always amazes me that the little squiggly worm on the left turns into the item on the right (a dish cloth).
Tonight we were supposed to light a candle & pray for a vestry member (they’re on retreat this weekend). I got to pray for my friend Kim!
We enjoyed the fire pit for a little while.
The moon! Not quite full – you’ll see those pictures next week, assuming the cloud cover cooperates.
Go to Sara’s blog here to see the blogs of all the other Project 365 participants. Have a great week!
Most of our photos are taken with a 12 megapixel Nikon D5000 DSLR, using a 55-200mm zoom lens. This is the camera that Dr. M takes with him most days. The Bug uses our new Nikon Coolpix S6200 most of the time. If you’re interested in which camera was used for a particular shot, just ask!