Saturday, November 12, 2011

Project 365: Week 46 "fender, food, and fun"

Sunday, November 6, 2011

I didn't take a real picture today. We even had a friend for lunch, but as usual, I was having too good a time to remember the camera. Once it got dark, though, we went for a little stroll through the neighborhood. I had my phone with me and tried to get a shot of Saylor, because she still asks to hold my hand. Awww...

I know. It's hard to tell much about it. Just imagine it's a painting using pointillism in some trendy gallery.  ;)  It's all about perspective, my friends.

Monday, November 7, 2011

I had had enough with the deficient loner camera the store gave me. By this point it wouldn't even take a single shot!! So, back I went. This time, customer service was much improved, and they gave me an even better camera than my own. (Not a better lens, mind you, but you pick your battles.) The guy took this shot in the store...

and made us a coloring page.  :)

Paul was out of town overnight AGAIN, so I fed my sadness with fried green tomatoes tonight for supper. It worked, too!

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Noah had a guitar lesson tonight with a friend from church. He was stoked to get to play on this electric Fender. AND he gets to keep it!! That's what I call a good friend. By the way, his mommy here is trying to learn along with him. We'll see how it goes...

Wednesday, November 9, 2011


Working on the Timeline

Learning Hard Lyrics

Gabriel's Creations

I spent some time today cutting out capes for a certain superhero's birthday party coming up...

And look what's in my yard! We finally decided to list with a realtor. *sigh*

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Evidence that Super-Atticus Lives Among Us

Friday, November 11, 2011

I guess Friday is working itself out to be "field trip day," because last week it was the Columbus ships...this week, a farm.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

I finally got to have lunch at The Root Cafe, a local eatery priding itself on selling fresh, local, sustainably-grown foods. (REAL food.) My kind of place. It also has a precious garden and is oh, so yum!!

I am once again linking up at Sara's for Project 365. (Be sure to stop by!) Looking back at my photos, my week seems slow. But, I can assure you, it wasn't slow in my brain. Things are working ninety to nothing in this noggin' of mine! Or, as my husband would say, the hamster's running on his wheel. I have SO very much to do this week, it's not even funny. It remains to be seen if I'll actually pull it all off or not. On that note, I've gotta run...


  1. That stuff in our brains is intimidating, isn't it? Looking down at the week it all feels impossible and somehow, what needs to get done, gets done.

    A superhero lives it your house?? He looks mighty! :)

    I've never tried fried green tomatoes, but I love the movie. :)

    Hope your camera situation gets all cleared up soon....not fun being in limbo!

  2. Loved seeing your kids in action this week. I look forward to sharing in the little moments of their lives. I loved the color page it was too cute.

  3. those fried green tomatoes look so good!!!

    love your school shots.

    I am going to have to look into the Root Cafe! I love finding new places to eat!

  4. I'm craving fried green tomatoes now! lol Those look so delish!
    Looks like a very FULL week to me :) But a good one, filled with lots of great memories you've captured so well with your photos.
    Love that coloring page too! How'd he do that?!

  5. I've never seen such an adorable superhero! ;-)
    that first picture does look like a painting; kinda weird, but cool at the same time.
    I like saylors trendy short haircut. has it always been that way, or did she just get it?

  6. We had a super hero in our house many years ago. (now 18) he use to tell me he had powers in his eyes and get a real tense face like he was trying to show me.

    Never had the tomatoes - looks interesting.

    Hope you get your camera back soon.

  7. great pictures. I bet a super hero party will be fun and getting capes too, that tops it all!

  8. I really like that first picture a lot - it's kind of cool.

    I'm proud of you for tackling the guitar. I took lessons in college, but I'm too much of a weenie - I never got my fingertips hardened enough.

  9. Love your pics and comments, the first one also. A matter of perspective, yes, ma'm!
    What a fun school!
    And, don't chu worry, we can tell you have your hands (and mind!) full!


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