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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Project 365 ~ Week 13

Hey there y’all! Let’s jump right into the week…I only missed one day this week…yea for me!

Sunday, March 20

What do ya do when the DD has eaten all the flour tortilla's? You make a mini bowl of nacho’s with the left over taco meat and refried bean’s. Sadly we did not have and sour cream or guacamole. But it was good non the less. I think it kind of looks like a Mexican tortilla flower….

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Ooooppps no pictures on Monday, March 21

Tuesday, March 22

I had eggs, I had english muffins, I had bacon, I had lemons and I had butter. The only thing left to do was make Eggs Benedict for dinner.

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Wednesday, March 23

I think we have a future blogger on our hands…..

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She enjoyed the playground at church before we had dinner.

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I turned in another prayer shawl.

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Thursday, March 24

The lambs ear survived the winter. This was a clipping from a friend at church. It has about double in size since last year and it appears to be happy in it’s current location. I think it is aptly named don’t you? The leaves just look like soft floppy lamb’s ears don't they?

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Friday, March 25

I broadened our horizons the other day at dinner. I made some couscous. It was super easy and both myself and the DD enjoyed it. The hubs not so much. Having never made it before I greatly over estimated just how much it would expand so I ended up with a mountainous amount of couscous left over. I found a few recipe online at food network so I was able to salvage the remaining pasta in the form of a cold salad. It was good and makes for a nice light lunch. The hubs may not like it but I think this will be a wonderful addition to my summer menu.

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Feel free to share any couscous recipe with me if you have any really good ones!!!!!

These are just a few shoots from the back yard!

I think this looks like a butterfly don’t y’all?

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The Loropetalum is in full bloom, that’s the fancy Latin term for Chinese Fringe Flower…

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I just love the bark on the River Birch in our back yard!

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Saturday, March 26

It rained, it poured, it nearly washed us away…

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Well that’s it for me this week. For more P365 y’all head over to Sara’s and link up!

Y’all have a great week!

Blessings

R

10 comments:

sara said...

such beautiful pictures this week...beautiful food, beautiful flowers and a absolutely beautiful grandbaby!!!

The Cyber Hermit said...

You always take such gorgeous nature photos, and the picture of the two playing in the tree was sweet :).

RaD said...

I don't have any couscous recipes sorry. But I haven't really had any either.

Those lamb's ears do look soft and are perfectly named.

Rebecca Jo said...

I love the rain drops on the leaves... so beautiful.

MMMM...I can eat Mexican every day!

What a beautiful prayer shawl!!!!!

skoots1mom said...

so pretty...i love seeing muffin's curls

The Bug said...

You had a lot of great pics this week! LOVE Muffinhead in the magnolia - she's too cute. That eggs benedict looks really luscious - I really need to come down there & let you feed me :)

Lori: Teacher Turned Mommy said...

great pictures. love the computer picture. I've taken pictures of my boys playing with the computer when they were really little too

McCrakensx4 said...

Loved the nature pics...especially the water on the leaves...so crisp and clear! And that cous cous salad looks delish! And gotta love future bloggers...I see you are bringing that baby up right!!

Lisa said...

I should not have come here...now I'm hungry! :) Couscous is something I have not explored much and I know my husband would be less than thrilled.

Love the future blogger! :)

rita said...

I like how resourceful you are when missing an ingredient. Me too. All looks yummy. I like couscous. No recipes off the top of my head. Plenty online.
Hadn't realized Muffin had curls!

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