Dinner out with the girls. Dee-lish!
111/366 (apr 20)
I love candid moments like these… completely relaxed and wrapped up in watching a parade. She’s the oldest niece and growing up way too fast.
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Just a little piece of local Civil War history.
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I bought flowers for myself today.
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Busy as a bee.
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A typical scene in the office. Siestas for everybody!
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Let your light shine in the darkness.
117/366 (apr 26)
I’m not much of a reader but I can’t put this book down. Been reading into the wee hours of the night and decided to give another attempt at a self-portrait. Nice floating head, huh?
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Hey there, mister… don’t you smile… it’s not funny…
(my oldest nephew and getting more handsome every day)
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My view from the driveway… a warm welcome from Uga.
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And April posts are DONE! At this rate, I might actually get caught up before Halloween
Instead of inundating you with the bazillion photos I desperately need to post for project 366, I will be posting a few at a time over the next few days (or weeks…)
The time change occurred over the weekend. As much as I hate losing that hour of sleep, I love the long days it brings. It was after 8:30pm and there were still traces of light in the sky.
071/365 (mar 11)
We don’t just do signs – the boys spread gravel too
Making a new parking area so the guys don’t have to go mudding on rainy days just to come to work. In truth, I think my boss just likes to find any excuse to use his backhoe
072/365 (mar 12)
If you happen to follow me on twitter or are a friend on facebook, then you know about the llama on the lam. This is the farm across the street where it all went down. That wacky llama was sauntering his way down the curvy driveway, headed for an open gate. He almost made it too. We didn’t get a whole lot done that morning – too busy watching the sheriff deputies trying to get the situation under control. Working in the country has proved to be quite entertaining.
fyi: police & fire truck sirens don’t deter a llama from his mission one little bit
073/365 (mar 13)
Oh Gus… you’ve got such a rough life. Wanna trade?
(this is the boss’ dog who hangs out at the shop quite a bit. seriously the sweetest dog ever)
So this is the first official ‘phoning it in’ photo of 2012. On my way home from hanging out with the girls & nearly forgot to take a photo for the day!
Oldest nephew raked in some cool gifts for his b-day.
Hot Wheels wall track + King Kong = awesome
Babysitting tip #54: Always come prepared with sugary treats to make & eat
(strategically plan it just before their parents get home & before they start bouncing off the walls )
(got the idea for these easy no-bake mini cakes from lisa leonard check it out here)
Our Shop Cat has quite the life. He’s an outdoor cat so he’s free to roam about in the night but during the day he is rather spoiled. People feed him, love on him, and he gets to snooze the day away in a comfy chair. I’m quite jealous. Wish I could take a nice long nap in the middle of the day.