I think the pictures from this week are some of my favorites. Then again, doesn’t everyone feel happier in the spring? Well, unless you have pollen allergies and can’t stand the fog of yellow in the streets.
I made a new sign for the RR Loft. I was so excited about it that I took far too many pictures. Here’s to hoping people notice our small sign and our large 1920’s historical bookshop.
My mom has been buying cage free eggs which makes me extremely happy. I just hope these chickadees got to grow to full maturity before being harvested for their breasts and thighs.
Claire is a lovely blogger, has great penmanship, and writes beautifully (language wise, not script wise). She’s also my newest pen pal (along with her creative children who drew me these rad pictures and stuffed them into the envelope). I may have needed help with the french joke on the second picture, but I went to bed smiling. As you can see I’m hanging them on my board of inspiration. It has photos of the people that I love.
If you didn’t think Jasper was arrogant before, you surely believe now.
My mom’s one and only accident (Thank God) was in the rain and I’m always hearing cruise control horror stories involving the rain. Needless to say, not being able to see the road is one of my big fears. I got through it, thank goodness, but it was a bit scary and needed photographic evidence at the stop light.
My neighborhood is beautifully landscaped. It’s got the whole nine yards of suburbia; white picket fences, cookie cutter houses, and pale shaded flower blooms.
I used these images in a blog. When I get home after work it’s almost always dark and I like to take photos of the oak tree outside of my window with the street lamp glowing behind it. These are the images that came of it. And they worked quite well in my blog from yesterday.
It seems I have quite the green thumb…or my window just gets a lot of light. My father is letting me garden in his section beside the porch this year and so today I took to planting between rain spurts. We have corn, broccoli, yellow pepper, red pepper, tomatoes, watermelons, cucumbers and zucchinis. I also planted lavender because my mother says she loves the smell. Can’t wait to see if we get to eat, or the squirrels do.