Saturday, April 10, 2021

2021 Project 365 – Week Fifteen

I’ve been tired most of the week – mostly because I WILL NOT GO TO BED IN A TIMELY MANNER. And although it was after midnight before I got to bed last night, I slept until 10:30 this morning. I felt positively perky all day. Will I learn anything from this? No I will not.
 
Sunday, April 4th  
Easter! We had church in person (outside). I thought it was going to be cold so I wore a blazer & packed a blanket, but by the time the service started it was actually really warm. It was a gorgeous day and a lovely service.
 

Meanwhile, Dr. M had an angelic visitation of another sort.
 

Monday, April 5th   
I was texting with my brother and he asked if I’d read the latest book in one of the series that we like (Craig Johnson’s Walt Longmire series) & I said that I didn’t know there was a new one! So I went to Goodreads to get it added to my “to read” list & saw this. In my defense, I added it a week before the book was released, so I knew it would be a while before I could get it from the library. But really, to forget it even existed? Very sad. But I’m reading it now, so all’s well that ends well.
 

Tuesday, April 6th  
Dr. M got the Bugly inspected today. The service station had a very cool mural. 
 

Wednesday, April 7th      
You’ve already seen these flowers, but it’s the only picture from today. I finally packaged them up to send to the recipient.
 

Thursday, April 8th   
My usual spatula was dirty, so I had to pull ole Egghead out of retirement for my breakfast. She was not amused.
 

Our yard sure is pretty right now.
 


Friday, April 9th   
Dr. M got his first jab today! Very grateful that both of us are mostly vaccinated now.
 

Saturday, April 10th   
Temperature blanket update.
 

I made another of my flower teas today. It was pretty tasty, but I mostly enjoy the show. Fun!    
 

Dr. M & I are switching back & forth between the hockey game and the baseball game. We are living the good life. How are things going for you?

6 comments:

  1. That phlox is gorgeous! Mine has suffered so over the years from chimpmunk tunnelling and frostburn. It's on its last legs.

    Those flower teas are quite a show. You have to buy a pretty glass teacup just for them.

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    1. I was thinking the same thing about the flower teas - they deserve a nice showcase.

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  2. WHOOO HOOO for vaccinations.
    I like your spatula stand!
    Those flowers you made - how cute is that!!!

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    1. The spatula stand is a Pampered Chef product - purchased to do a friend a favor. I've had it for years!

      The flowers are really easy to make, but I'm struggling with a good way to attach the stems to them.

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  3. Beauty in progress--natural flowers and dried (and infused) and fake (crafter)--all beautiful!

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