|221/365 - Got him! Cute huh?|
|223/365 - Some humour from my kitchen|
|224/365 - We can't really afford this, but|
we have to do it. A new roof is coming.
In copper penny.
|225/365 - Baked tortellini. They're there,|
buried beneath the cheese somewhere.
|226/365 - The Despair of toe socks. (He steals|
my toe socks from my drawer and puts them on)
|227/365 - The local hardware store's dog. They had two, but had to put one down|
recently. They also have two cats too. Hammer and Nails. Hammer has half
a tail, and can usually be found loafing around on shelves. Nails is more
|228/365 - Some tiny free tomatoes|
|229/365 - Welcome to Oregon. LOL|
|230/365 - My son is anticipating his trip to Pensacola with an advent|
calendar I made for him. He is so excited to add his daily sticker that
gets him closer to being on a plane.
|231/365 - The play cube. Flower went missing the day I took this.|
|232/365 - Chess pieces. My dog was still missing.|
|234/365 - Dinner with fellow authors |
at the Raven & Rose. Great place.
|235/365 - Alex passed out under my legs.|
|236/365 - Alex's auntie Stephie is reading him a book at B&N|
|237/365 - Pins|
|238/365 - Simon is alone for the first time in his whole life.|
He's visibly depressed. I vowed we would not get another
dog after these were gone, but I can't help but think about
puppies when Simon looks so damned sad without Flower.
|239/365 - The book Auntie Stephie bought Alex is a source of great|
delight. It tells all about air travel, and it has fed his obsession with
|240/365 - The aerospace bin has been emptied and most of the craft have been|
placed on the table (except the dump truck, not sure what's up with that)