Thursday, January 9, 2014

Photo journaling

Some photos from the last week:
A chipping sparrow in the dogwood tree

A chipping sparrow (I think) eating snow off the rhododendron.

A corner-I carried the pencil tree to the basement.

I bought myself a little Keurig.  Ironically, I was making sleepytime tea in the morning in a sunshine mug.  I found out that I love sleepytime tea.  It's an herbal tea that includes chamomile and spearmint. I've never been a big fan of herbal teas before but I like this one. (I reused the K-cup three times, cuz I is cheap!)

Trees in a row-on the way to my daughter's on Monday.

Looking into the woods from my (thankfully) warm car on Monday-the weather got quite nasty Monday and Tuesday here-but I hear that others had it much, much worse.

I tried out some green tea that my daughter said was good.  I didn't like it.  I thought it tasted like cigarette ashes smell.  I won't be buying it for myself.

The calendar I made for Larry's aunt came.

A dining room corner.  I've been trying to clean some of my filth!

Hens and chicks seem to like the snow and cold temps.

The dogwood and its shadow

The above photo, put through an instagram filter.

Happy faces!  The sun is shining!
That's all for now-have a great day!

4 comments:

Rainey said...

I love the tree shadow photo! Lovely!

Robbie said...

I am always glad when I can try a Kcup first. They are soo expensive! Aww...cute Princess. I know his Aunt will love it! I love your happy spoons. Have a great weekend.

littlemancat said...

Love your pics - well now, I always do! It is fun to see the sweet little corners of your home - nice.
I do like green tea, but I can understand how others may not. It grows on you - pun intended...
Not a fan of herbal teas, but perhaps I'll try Sleepytime again soon - but in the evening, lol!
Keep warm and give Rocco a hug,
Mary

Holly C. said...

Thanks, Rainey!

Robbie, I know the k cups are expensive! That's why I feel the need to reuse them. The tea was still good-just weaker.

I just gave the Roc a hug from you, Mary!