april 2021 Archive

Sentence a Day – April 2021

1 / Thursday – Started trying to clean up garden area on the deck. Need to get pots ready to plant stuff in and have the place looking better for company on Easter. 2 / Friday – Rob in pieces about MLB moving the All-Star game out of Atlanta for political reasons. He had purchased …

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Week 17 [2021]

Week 17 was April 26-May 2, 2021, which happened to be my week in the office. Getting home every afternoon, I collapsed in exhaustion at least for a bit. Then it’s up to cook dinner or do work in the garden. I still have so much to do in the garden. I’m actually way behind …

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Memories of the Month {4.2021}

I’m on the blogging struggle bus, but I’m working hard to try and stay on top of things or at least get posts out as I can. This month I was happy about: getting to go to church in person and life being a little more ‘normal.’ This month I was sad about: my hip …

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What’s Up Wednesday ~ April 2021

I’m late getting this post up, but here it is. I’m linking up with Shay and Sheaffer for What’s Up Wednesday. What We’re Eating nothing exciting really. Still haven’t felt motivated to cook or menu plan. I need to start menu planning again. What I’m Reminiscing About 10 years ago around this time that we …

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iSpy #16

Kitchen Sink Flower Flowering Kale Up Looking up toward sky next to a Kohlrabi plant that is going to flower soon. Mixed a mixed box of tomato plants that need to be planted your choice I didn’t have anything really exciting to choose from, but a cute dog pic is always good. This week I …

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Week 15 [2021]

Week 15 was April 12-18, 2021. I’m enjoying every day that I can while still working from home as I suspect that will be changing soon. Here’s some highlights of the week. Tuesday I brought Rob lunch at work and we sat outside near the pond behind his office. After work, I went outside to …

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iSpy #15

This week it was a struggle to get the pics to for this post. It took everything in me and if it wasn’t a link up I wouldn’t have gotten it done. I did absolutely love this gorgeous shot! turquoise (my favorite color) – a small collection of my turquoise/teal colored items. I actually have …

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Week 14 [2021]

Here’s a quick drop of a few photos from this last week. Kayleigh’s eyes looked different when she was taking a nap. On Saturday, we went to watch some of Rob’s D-group guys play lacross. It was an exciting game against Homewood and Auburn won! It was such a beautiful day. After the game, Rob …

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iSpy #14

Welcome back to another week of iSpy! I heard from some of you that some of these prompts seemed kind of difficult. If you participated did they end up being as hard as you thought? I found a couple of them to be a little challenging, but that’s what makes me think more about those. …

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Currently – April 2021

/arranging/ We are still working on re-arranging some stuff in our closet. I mentioned before that when we got new carpet upstairs it forced us to remove and pack up everything in the 3 bedrooms upstairs. This helped us to get a fresh start. We have an extra closet in the master that will become …

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Week 13 [2021]

Here’s this last weeks summary in pics. Week 13 is March 29-April 4, 2021. I was looking at my seedlings and saw this little curly Q and just couldn’t help but take a picture of it. Nature is amazing! And Kayleigh just has the funniest expressions. She tilts her head sometimes when she’s listening intently. …

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Easter 2021

This Easter was quite a bit more ‘normal’ than 2020! Hallelujah! Rob got up early to be at church by 6:30. Our church is one of the only churches that I know of still requiring you to sign up online. Of course, Easter is a very popular church going day, so all 3 in person …

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iSpy #13

Happy Easter weekend to everyone! Hope you all have a wonderful weekend! Thanks for joining along for the fun of photography! Here’s what I got this week… Sepia White – I used to collect clowns, but recently thought about it and realized they don’t bring me joy like they used to. I decided to pack …

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