|Meanwhile… back inside… on Saturday, March 5th, I was getting ready to cut up some strawberries for our fruit salad when I noticed this enormous strawberry. Really huge. Mega sized. Bigger than the snow human.|
|That’s the mega strawberry, next to a strawberry that normally would be considered large.|
|Angel will soon celebrate her 17th birthday. She has been known as an excellent mouser. Every now and then, she presented Vivian with a gift. Unfortunately, Vivian wasn’t really thrilled with the gifts.|
|There was a mouse that was taking taste tests out of Angel’s food bowl. My nephew James called the mouse a “smart mouse” because it always managed to get away before Angel discovered a potential prey.|
|No mousing today. Angel is relaxed and happy in her cat bed. She also enjoys the attention lavished on her by all of the visiting cat lovers.|
|We started our meal with melon and salad. We then had salmon, asparagus, and brown rice for our main course. Vivian baked this lovely banana bread for dessert…|
|Easter is coming… early this year. Here are the Hershey’s Kisses dressed up and ready for Easter.|
|On Tuesday, I got this view of the Niagara River.|
|This tree appears to be leaning over the river.|
|The good thing about naked tree branches is the shape of the branches.|
|Odd looking object that sort of resembles a little tree house for people the size of Tom Thumb. Or maybe for insects. Moths and other flying critters. Hee hee. It was an odd looking object so I took its picture.|
|Here are a few snowdrops in Gilbert and Gretchen’s yard.|
|On Wednesday, I went to the fourth Lenten luncheon. St. Timothy Lutheran Church hosted the luncheon. The meal consisted of salad, beef on weck (or roll), chips, and a dessert tray. The desserts were decadent and delicious.|
|All of the Lenten Luncheons are held at Trinity United Methodist Church. They have a SERVV store, where they sell handmade things from other countries. These are fair trade items. The entire purchase price goes to the artisans who made the products.|
|Oh well. You already know that I like cats. I couldn’t resist this.|
|Daffodils at each table reminded us that spring is coming.|
|Vicar David Sivecz talked about the fear of change. Tomorrow, I will post a more complete report about his reflection.|
|My garden, coming back to life. It’s almost time to do a little cleanup.|
|This is the musician pose.|
|This is Patrick. He is a musician and he has a recording studio in his home. He wants to record Joe’s band. This is a record that he and his group made back when we listened to vinyl records.|
|This is Kailey. She was chosen to model a typical outfit that a Seneca girl might have worn in Mary Jemison’s time.|
|This is a display that Gretchen put together for the fourth graders.|
|This is a creative display in the school.|
|The display comes with these pages. It is to advertise and encourage students to participate in “PARP.” That used to stand for “Parents as Reading Partners.” It has been changed to “Pick a Reading Partner.”|
|This painted jar is small enough to hold a few pencils.|
|As I walked home after church, I saw this view. It is Woods Creek. I was fascinated with how the trees and the house were reflected in the water.|
|Another view of the same spot.|
|At Riverside-Salem Environmental Chapel, this is what I saw in the garden.
Next week: More art, plants, the last Lenten luncheon, and more! Thank you for visiting this blog and please come again.
2 thoughts on “The 366-day photography project: week 32”
Have you ever heard of Garden Bloggers Bloom Day? On the 15th of every month, a blogger in Indiana opens up her blog for lovers of flowers from all over the world to post links to their GBBD posts – what is blooming in their homes, or outside their homes (May Dream Gardens). You may enjoy visiting tomorrow – and even posting something. You don't have to be a flower expert; just take pictures of anything blooming in your house or yard or apartment. But if all you did was visit, I think you would enjoy the photos!
Oh, that's wonderful! I'll look for it tomorrow!
It will get me excited about my little gardening business coming back to life in about a month or so.