Sunday, January 26, 2014

Photo a Day Challenge January 20-26

My photos for the week; I only missed one, and that was by choice. Not too bad :-)

January 20: To Do List
On my "to do" list for Monday was adding pom poms to these hats. It didn't get done that day.

January 21: Blue
Sorry about the glare, but I was trying to make sure the yarn looked blue, not purple. I have something in mind for this yarn; you'll have to wait until tomorrow to see what it is.

January 22: Nice!
I made myself a nice mid day snack. Seedless grapes and a navel orange - YUM!

January 23: Bedtime
My bedtime ritual: remove my eye makeup (if I'm wearing any), wash my face, moisturize, brush my teeth, and put on lotion. Seems like a lot of work just to go bed.

January 24: Your Space
This is the one I skipped, only because my space is the corner of the couch where I crochet and cross stitch. You already saw that photo this month for My Happy Place.

January 25: A Taste of Summer/Winter
Yesterday, we had a "normal" winter day here in north Texas. Bare trees and dead grass, but temperatures in the 60s. I can live with that. It's the 20s and 30s I can't stand; we're getting more of that tomorrow. I know; all of you north of me are thinking "Wimp!" I am, I know it.

January 26: Fun Stuff
New yarn! Always fun :-)

Thanks for reading!
Blessings :-)

Today's Inspiration

Source: https://www.facebook.com/emotionalwellnessforpositiveliving
Source: https://www.facebook.com/hilaria.fina
Irony:
Both pictures were added to Pinterest via Facebook.
I don't use Facebook. 
Ever.

6 comments:

  1. I definitely have way more yarn than shoes and much prefer yarn shopping than shoe shopping any day of the week. Our craft store is having a sale right now and I am trying my hardest not to cave as I have so much yarn now that needs using up. I'm originally from Mississippi and grew up in TX and LA. I don't like the cold. My oldest son is in college in Colorado, one of the coldest cities there, and is adjusting. He was born and raised in Kuwait so you can imagine the extreme. Best wishes, Tammy

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    1. I have a lot of shoes, but still have more yarn. And as much as I love shoe shopping, yarn shopping is definitely funner! I can never pass up a yarn sale.
      I hope your son is staying warm. Thanks for stopping by :-)

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  2. Looking forward to seeing what you are going to make with your yarn. Your snack looks good and healthy. Take care, Heather

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    1. Well, you'll be surprised what I do with it :-)
      I've been trying my hardest to eat very healthy; I'm a lot older and heavier than I was 12 years ago with the last pregnancy.
      Thanks for stopping by :-)

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  3. The mid day snack looks heavenly......did i mention its midday right now?

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