Sunday, March 16, 2014

Project Life 2014: Week 11

This week has been a dandy, difficult, and diligent week. Weird combination, but it's true!

Sunday, March 9: We had a couple bunches of our tulips eaten, but our Anti-Deer Mix (a combination of paprika, chili powder, and cayenne pepper) sprinkled on them deterred the deer from eating more. Wahoo!

Our tulips are still here!

Monday, March 10: We were watching some soccer, and Lee looks annoyed that I'm taking his picture. He's not annoyed. He doesn't smile in pictures--it's something he brought back from Russia.

Lee doesn't like getting his picture taken sometimes

Tuesday, March 11: My good friend, the Tall One, and I had a little bit of a "fist fight" at the church with these handy word vector bubbles.


Wednesday, March 12: Lee had spring break this week, and one of the things he did was try his hand at making a couple of batches of drinking vinegars. Aren't these SO beautiful? We'll let you know how it turns out in about a week.

Pretty colors!

Thursday, March 13: We had our friends/relatives over for dinner this evening. They had invited us to their home a few weeks ago, and when we were over at their home, Lee got a little freaked out by this old child's shoe that was displayed in their home. It was hilarious when they brought it with them to dinner and placed it somewhere for Lee to discover. Lee freaked out again.

Lee is grossed out!

Friday, March 14: We went to a life celebration of my coworker's husband who passed away this last week. This man loved peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, so there were ingredients to make sandwiches to honor and remember him. It was beautiful and touching celebration.

In remembrance...

Saturday, March 15: My good, good friend, the Hot Scot, and I went out for a session of hot yoga and brunch afterward at the Roots Cafe in Millcreek. We ate in the yurt! And the food was delicious! It was such a wonderful morning!

Happiness is a good friend

We hope you have a delightful upcoming week!


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