Zinnias, Great Lakes Lettuce, Cinnamon Basil, and Marigolds
About a month ago the elevator was out at the county courthouse for a few days.
I know this because we were supporting a young woman that had to testify and found this sign.
Now for most of us, this sign is perhaps an inconvenience but we can climb the stairs.
For others-that have been in accidents, are older, or with disabilities...this is actually a sign that translates to "Closed."
Saw this full moon a few months ago and snapped a cellphone photo.
I am pleased that you can see the rays~it was magnificent to see!
I blame capitalism!
I mean everywhere in the States are businesses that make it easy to be their customer.
Those that don't~most likely don't succeed.
I appreciate a business that allows me to drop something off without entering the business. If I want to rent another movie, I can go inside, but otherwise~I can send rentals back to the city with Bill and he can drop them off while heading to work.
I can't remember if I shared this latest project. I know I sent this photo to my brother but not sure if I posted it here. Interestingly enough (or boringly enough) I posted a before photo of this project on another post titled Friday Five. Seems like I spend a good deal of time coming up with labels and not so much with titles!
This is the top half of one of the gourds we grew in the garden. When I cut the gourd to make the bowls for my 2012 fair projects(bowls), my frugalness kicked in and I could not toss the top part of the gourds...and realized they were waiting to be.
Dolls: a Mr. and Mrs. New Mexico.
I am currently working on the clothing for Senora Nickel as well as for Senor Nickel. I can't believe how fun this has been to create the dolls with toss away materials. For the body I used bailing wire, and the clothes were remnants of Bill's and my clothes. I am sure I will update when I am finished and most likely it will be on a Friday Five!