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Sunday, May 6, 2012

Project 365 ~ Week 18:

Sunday, April 29

The week began with a crunch…you can click here to read a blow by blow description of the entire exhausting day! Needless to say I was not a happy camper and it put a damper on my attitude for the rest of the week! I wish I was more like my husband in certain aspect of my life. Men have that wonderful capacity to just let things go. Me not so much!


Wednesday, May 2

In an effort to distract me from my anxious thoughts I focused on finishing this prayer shawl project that had been lingered in my crochet bag for a very long time. The pattern is called the Corner to Corner. It is a fairly simple pattern, however, its a bit time consuming. It is a very beautiful but I would not call this one a quick project by any stretch of the imagination.



Friday, May 4

I had an appointment at a body shop. After multiple conversations with various insurance folks I have managed to shake off some of my residual anxiety that was sticking to my attitude. Thankfully we have a policy that does not raise our rates due to an accident and since I have a good driving record our deductable is only $200.00. I have been convinced by multiple friends as well as our agent to allow the folks who know how to handle situations like these to earn the money we pay them for.


The hubs came home from his business trip bearing flowers. He is so sweet to try and soften my week with a floral surprise.


Saturday, May 5 ~ A little Then and Now!

May of 2010 ~ Check out the Rosemary tucked into the corner of the herb garden!


May of 2012

Now look at it today!

The Rosemary bush has grown a bit don’t y’all think! It’s in desperate need of a good hair cut!

If anybody needs any rosemary y’all just head on over, I have some to spare I think!


Well that’s it for my week!

For more P365 y’all head over to Sara’s and link up!


sara said...

so sorry for your fender bender...ugh. And of course it happened right after you paid off the van!!!

yay for the hubs for bringing flowers!!! bonus points for him!

I love, LOVE rosemary and am fortunate that BOTH my neighbors have big beautiful plants I can pilfer from!!! :)

rita said...

Your prayer shawl is gorgeous, as is your garden. I'd love some rosemary, but, alas, you live too far.

The Bug said...

I love the prayer shawl too - very pretty. And that rosemary is out of control! I really love how it smells - I'd just cut some to keep in the kitchen for the smell. Ha!

Elizabeth (Lizzie) said...

So sorry that your week started off so bad! I love the prayer shawl you made.

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