Saturday, April 9, 2011

Project 365 - Week 15

 Week 15.

This was a great week.  Can I say that I am still giddy that my daughter is coming to Little Rock for graduate school?!!!  Just think, next year I will be able to have all my kids at every holiday!!!!  At least for a year!  That is good for this mama's heart!!!

So how are you all doing with P365?  We seem to have had a few drop off.....about this time it can get a bit overwhelming to keep it up.  But I want to encourage y'all to keep going!!!  You are going to be so glad you did!!  And to those of you that have missed some weeks.....jump back in!!!  We miss you!!!

Here's my week:
 This is one spoiled dog.....but we love her!!!  And are glad she is well and back to her sweet self again!!

 We had some work done in our house.  While I certainly appreciate that the workman tented themselves so as not to get dust/shavings all over my house....they looked pretty funny!!!  This is one of 2 pictures I took on the sly this week!  :)

 My azaleas are gorgeous!!!

 My first rose bud of the season!!!  I can't wait to see it pop out!

 This cracked me up. 
My neighbor (who cuts her trees like round balls) apparently mowed for the first time of the season and scalped her lawn.  The funny thing to me is that she left it like this for days before she finished the job.  I couldn't get a better picture of it because I didn't want her to see me taking it!!!  But those round tracks around the round cut tree is just to hilarious!!!

Happy Birthday to my husband!!!
 I worked registration at the YoungLife Golf tournament this morning. 
It was HOT! But very fun!

Here is my husband teeing off....
.....playing golf on his birthday = perfect for him!!!

Wow, today was a busy, busy day!!!
I worked all morning, got to go shopping with my friend Cyber Hermit, cleaned my house and celebrated my husbands birthday....he chose sushi and a movie! 
Great way to end a week!!!

So how was your week?  link up!!!



Tori said...

How exciting to have all of the kids around again! I know you are doing the happy dance about that!!
Can't believe all the color already! And a rose bud? Jealous!
You and your sneaky pictures this week!
Have a super week!

LuAnn said...

That is so exciting about Alyssa.
And for your whole family.

Your neighbors grass cracks me up - what a mess.

Enjoy your week :)

Jamie @ Six Bricks High said...

Yay! So excited with you that your daughter will be coming close to home - definitely good for a mom's heart!

Wild said...

It was fun! And I'll tell you what I got when I see you :).

The picture of your neighbor's lawn? Even funnier than when you described it in the car!


Loved the scalping of the lawn pic. How funny is that? Your azalea's are gorgeous...looks like you and I had the same idea this week. Happy Birthday to your hubby. I am glad he had a wonderful day!

Ladynred said...

Belated happy birthday to your hubby!
Love the flowers too!

rita said...

I've never seen a worker 'tent' himself like that. Of course, the only one who works on our house is Mike the builder!
I must say Sara that I'm glad I live in the woods and not across the street from you, otherwise you'd be writing about my unkempt yard. We are unconventional, I guess. Don't rake leaves, don't mow as often (not so necessary in the shady woods) etc. etc.
I wonder if we'll ever make it out your way to visit Mike's school JBU. But you probably will be coming our way, if Jared decides...

Mimi said...

What great news about your daughter!

It does look like you had a great week. I'm so jealous that you already have flowers popping up.

Hugs & love,

The Bug said...

Oh I LOVE the azalea - just a bit jealous here :)

LOL at the lawn. Must have REALLY annoyed her!

Happy birthday to your hubby!

skoots1mom said...

love birthdays and GOLF! yea!!
i would have been so :) @ that course.

i love baseball and tennis too; i used to play tennis (level b4; ALTA/atlantaLawn&Tennis) but i have degenerative neck bones from gymnastics...can't do it anymore.
still love watching usopen and wimbledon and some davis cup.

we have the minor Gwinnett Braves literally in our back time for families without having to drive downtown to see the big boys play...
i miss watching my girl play travel memories.

Lori: Teacher Turned Mommy said...

great pictures. looks like spring is in full bloom there

Lisa said...

Yay for Alyssa coming home!!

I am linking up this week, but I try not to on weeks I know I will not have the chance to get around to others.

Whats the work they are doing? ANything exciting?

Gorgeous azalea!!

momma frans said...

what a fun and busy week! love the golf picture!

Lori @ The Davidson Den said...

Ha ha! Love that you were a sneaky little devil this week!! That cracks me up for some reason. I can just picture you out in your front yard with your camera down by your waist, trying to be nonchalant. LOL!
Glad Lilly's feeling all better!!
Hey. You mentioned getting together some time. I'd LOVE that!! Do you want to discuss food, etc.? Would you want to meet for coffee or something like that one evening? Or would you rather come to my house some afternoon while children are napping? I'm game for whatever!!

semperfi said...

I love your azeleas!!!!! YEAH Young Life!!!!! I went with them once on a "Sailing Beyond" trip. I was wonderful & one of the best trips of my life.

Tiffany said...

I am so glad your puppy is better! yeah!

Ok, those trees are hilarious. I would have loved to see you sneaking photos behind your trees. hehehe...

McCrakensx4 said...

Great week and how exciting that your daughter will be closer to home next awesome! Beautiful flowers springy. And Happy happy to your hubby.

Tiffany said...

Great news about your daughter. I know you are very excited:) Sorry I haven't done better on P365:( It is very hard some days, esp. with kids, work, school....oh I'm just making up excuses. I'm going to try and do better:)

Jill from Killeny Glen said...

A very good week!
I love azaleas! They do not like our bitter winters here or I would plant LOTS of them!

He & Me + 3 said...

Golf=happy over here too. :) Hope your hubs had a great Bday! What movie did you see?
Yeah that your daughter will be close to home. That is a blessing.
Love your flowers and your neighbors yard :)

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Elizabeth said...

what a GREAT week for you... my week has been crazy so I probably wont get to post my pictures until tomorrow.
Your's lawn looked soo bad... poor grass!
Have a blessed week!

H-Mama said...

your neighbor's lawn made me *giggle*. too funny.

yay for having your kids close!!!

so glad your pup is much better. such a cute pic.

our silly azaleas have already lost their bloom. boo.

Karin said...

How awesome that you will have all your kids home for holidays next year! Love your azaleas!

debi9kids said...

LOL about your neighbor's lawn. Heehee

I have actually been playing along each week, I just keep forgetting to link up :(

So glad you're doing this 365 project. I love finding the time to take pics each day :)

Kim said...

It was a GREAT week at your house :)

Will we get to see the finished project the men are working on? Looks like something to do with a fireplace?

I can't wait to have sushi in a few weeks! Will be one of the first things I go for once we're stateside :)

We were in Sta. Rosa without internet but I'll catch up with P365 this coming weekend.

Hope this week is just as GREAT!

Robin @ Be Still and Know said...

WOW! I have been so covered up that this is the first opportunity I have had to pop in on all the P365ers! I did manage to get mine posted in a timely fashion, but I am finally getting back to look at everyone pictures....

glad your furry family member is feeling better!

I have lost of buds in my yard as well...spring is busting out all over...

Great week!


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