Saturday, 26 June 2021

Week 25 of #Project365. 19th - 25th June. A photo every day for a year!

 This past week has gone in a blur. Stu had a lovely father's day. He loved his cards and presents but we didn't get up to much. To be honest I haven't really done much all week, just pottering around the house. It was my great aunt's funeral on Wednesday and she had a good send off. I didn't go as spaces were limited and it was my dad's generation who attended. I have of course being watching the football and it seemed a bit of an anti-climax England getting through to the last 16 before they had even played their last group match. Oh well, next up Germany. Eek! 

Now for a photo every day!

Spirograph patterns and Father's day cards
Mince, dumplings and veg.
A fuzzy flower and tomatoes which are growing.
The wildflowers in my garden
Grey's Anatomy on my TV

170/365 - 19th June
Ellie finally got the Spirograph set I got her for Christmas out of the box and she was fascinated with it. She spent a good couple of hours drawing, colouring and creating.

171/365 - 20th June
Stu had a lovely Father's day. He was spoilt rotten and was very happy with his presents.

172/365 - 21st June
Our tea on Monday. Mince and dumplings. There is mash hidden under all of the gravy. It was good.

173/365 - 22nd June
Another wild flower which I don't have a clue what it is. It looked very fuzzy and the day after sprouted blue flowers. It made me think of some sort of alien.

174/365 - 23rd June
This time last month I didn't have much hope for my tomato plant. It looked like it was dying, it's still not looking amazing but it has started growing tomatoes. There is at least 15 on it at the moment. 

175/365 - 24th June
The wild flowers in my garden. Every day at the moment I spot a new one.

176/365 - 25th June
Now that there is a break in the football I am back to binge watching Grey's Anatomy. I have learned to expect the big episodes to at the end of the series but this one, "Silent All These Years" caught me unawares. It was shocking and so, so sad but at the same time so heart warming how everyone supported the patient. I won't say anything and ruin it but if you've seen it you'll know the episode I am on about.

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8 comments :

  1. I love your wildflowers. The only time we grew tomatoes, they didn't come out til August and took til September to go red. I used to love my spiragraph I had as a child. Hours of fun.

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  2. I remember that Gray's episode and it was intense! That "alien flower" looks so neat!!

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  3. Pretty flowers and that meal with carrots looks yummy. #MMBC

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  4. Ellie’s Spirograph pictures look good. Lovely to see how well your garden is doing with all the wildflowers and the tomatoes growing on your tomato plant. That mince and dumplings looks so yummy. #project365

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  5. Some pretty wildflowers! That one does look a bit like an alien.

    I used to love spirograph!

    Well done on the tomatoes...my mum was complaining that many plants haven't done well this year

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  6. I think I use my son's Spirograph more than he does now, loved the one I had as a child too. I'm still hoping to have flowers on my tomato plants - no action as yet! #365

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  7. Its all gone a bit football crazy here. Lets hope the game tonight gives us the result we want! I have not used a spirograph for ages. I must see if I can get a travel one for the boys. Yay for wild flowers and tomatoes our outside ones are not doing very well with all this rain.

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  8. I wonder if my parents have still got my spirograph somewhere, Anya loves playing with all my old stuff! Not ventured into our garden this week to check on the fruit and veg... too much rain! #project365

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