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Sunday, July 17, 2011

Project 365 ~ Week 29

Well campmeeting start today, so next week will be full of pictures of one of my favorite places in all the world. I missed two days this week. As weeks go it was a bit ho hum. Just another normal week of uneventful Be Still and Know normalness….

Lot’s of crocheting, life’s annoyances and troubles can be avoided so wonderfully when you have a full bag of yarn…..

No pictures on Sunday, July 10     

Monday, July 11

This is my second attempt at a pieced together prayer shawl. I can say that it is a bit more uniform that the last one but still it presented some unique problems when sewing it together.


The right side is as even as I could get it but the left, well let’ just say that it is a bit lacking, it’s getting there but just not yet! I did like the color combination on this one a lot!


Lunch time rolled around and I took a break from my avoidance and made an avocado and fresh tomato sandwich.

Summer does not get any better than this!


No picture on Tuesday, July 12  

Wednesday, July 13

I finished this one up this week as well. I love the monochromatic tones in this one.


I took a close up for you guys to show you the difference in the a regular worsted yard and a homespun. I love homespun but it has it’s drawbacks.

This is worsted yarn…look at the definition!


This is homespun with the very same stitch. It looses a bit in the translation I think!


The day was capped off by this wonderful and colorful display! Go God!


Thursday, July 14

My Purple Cone Flowers are blooming and the peppers are doing just fine!



Friday, July 15

I have to share that  am not a HUGE fan of V8! I wish I loved it but I just don’t. I know it’s very good for me and I do drink it from time to time when I am in need of some extra veggie-ness in my diet. I saw the new commercials for this on television the other day so I thought I would give it a go! I am so glad that I did. It is delicious. It has so much more flavor that V8 and it really does taste just like a fresh picked tomato. It does not have as much veggie content at the V8 (three) but two servings of veggie in each glass is not to bad. You can bet I will be having this around a lot!


Saturday, July 16

There are many things I admire about my husband, one of them is his ability to look at anything and be able to take it apart and then put it back together. It was not long after our Saturday morning got cranked up when he came in and spread this out all over the kitchen table. It is the dashboard to his mustang. He had determine that the odometer was no longer working and he promptly pulled it out to investigate the problem. Several hours later as well as a $40.00 trip to a specialty auto part store and the problem was resolved.


He amazes me! He just dives right in there with screw driver in hand and makes it work! And please take note of the two tiny white plastic pieces….why yes he paid $40.00 for two small plastic pieces that probably cost about .07 cents to make.


Well that’s it for me this week. I will catch up with all of you next week. I will probably be a bit out of pocket with campmeeting activities so I will see you all next week.

For more 365 fun y’all head over to Sara’s and link up for more fun!




The Bug said...

Wow that sandwich looks GREAT - I'm not even hungry & I think I could eat it right now :)

Love the shawls - you're right about the color combo on the first one - nice.

Gorgeous sky!

sara said...

Love, LOVE avocado!!! I will put it in just about anything!!! yum!!

your prayer shawls are so beautiful!!

btw, I haven't forgotten you on the recipe...it's just when I think of it, I'm not at my computer. sry!

Lori @ The Davidson Den said...

It's awesome your husband can do things like that!! But crazy that car parts (especially "miniature" ones) are that expensive! My man is a lot of wonderful things, but a fix-it guy he is not. haha

I can't wait to read your post next week, because I have no earthly idea what "campmeeting" is.

Rebecca Jo said...

I've been wondering about that veggie drink - I'll have to check it out!

How beautiful is that sky... wow!!!!!

I actually like the colors of that shawl together. Homespun is soft, but I do miss you dont get the detail of stitches.

If my husband took apart something that detailed, I just know parts would be left over & it'd never work the same.

skoots1mom said...

awesome pics

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