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TWiP: Stuff and Whatnot

This Week In Pictures, Week 39, 2020

So, what is This Week in Pictures?

It’s a roundup of the microblogging I’ve done on Flickr and Instagram all week. This includes photos I shot for Project 365 and any other extra images I may have posted.

Photos taken with 📷 (Canon EOS 80D) or 📱 (Samsung Galaxy S9).

Ready? Cast your mind back to Saturday last week…

Saturday

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Even on weekends, progress on this sweater is unbelievably slow. I think I am just not enjoying working on it, and that’s why I can’t bring myself to do more than one or two rounds a day. It may be time to set it aside for a little while.

(View original Project 365 post on Flickr.)

Sunday

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Last year (or was it the year before?) my younger son and I went weekly to the swamp to get some fresh air and stretch our legs. It was nice. I think we should start doing that again.

(View original Project 365 post on Flickr.)

Story for Sunday



Monday

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It’s been a long time since I had to pick up my son from school. I’ve worked full time since 2017, and he’s taken the bus most of that time anyway. But between my working from home now, and his hybrid short day school schedule (and the fact we don’t want him on the bus), I am finding myself doing some pick ups and drop offs. He’s a high school senior now, so I’m enjoying this while I can.

(View original Project 365 post on Flickr.)

The pink floral mask I keep in my car is very springy and summery, so I just remembered my tub of “seasonal fabric” and pulled out these fun prints. For sure, I am making myself one with the gold floral. If any of you would like a Fall mask with bold leaves, chickens, or an old fashioned Halloween print on it, just LMK! 🧡
ETA: They will be $10 each, plus shipping, just like the other masks on my website 🙂

(View original post on Instagram.)

Tuesday

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I’m surprised this guy could handle a whole apple. I also wish I had thought to take the label off of it before I chucked it out for him. Oops.

(View original Project 365 post on Flickr.)

The kitchen isn’t really my domain anymore. Neil took over all domestic durties when I went back to work full time 3.5 years ago. But sometimes I just get that urge. So I cleaned the kitchen after work today, and then after dinner I made pumpkin muffins. They’re still cooling, but the recipe is tried and true, so I expect they’ll be pretty good. 🧡 (If you need a good pumpkin bread recipe, I linked to mine in my bio – happy fall!)

(View original post on Instagram.)

Story for Tuesday



Wednesday

My kitchen is clean and there are muffins for breakfast. It’s a good Wednesday so far 🧡. (It *is* Wednesday, isn’t it? Weekdays are kind of one big blur lately 😂)

(View original post on Instagram.)

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Fall began yesterday, as did the wearing of the leafy pajamas.

(View original Project 365 post on Flickr.)

Story for Wednesday



Thursday

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I am feeling a strong pull to be knitting right now. So, it’s time to ball up some lovely green wool and get ready to cast on a new sweater.

(View original Project 365 post on Flickr.)

Story for Thursday



Friday

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I got up early so I could knit a bit before work. I started something new last night, and I always get sort of obsessed with a project at the beginning.

(View original Project 365 post on Flickr.)

Happiness is having a bit of knitting time before work. Happiness is also a new green sweater 🤩. (Last night’s cast on: #glenbarrowkal )

(View original post on Instagram.)

Story for Friday



Thanks for taking a peek at this week’s photos! If you want to see this stuff as it happens, please feel free to follow me on Flickr or Instagram ♥

SAME WEEK PREVIOUS YEARS (2014-2019)

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