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Friday, February 18, 2011

Project 365: Weeks 6 and 7, February 5-February 18

Two-for-one this week!  Due to "technical difficulties", I was unable to post my photos last week, so this is two weeks worth of photos.  Hope it's interesting enough to keep you around for fourteen photos!  ;)

Day 37: February 5
This is really a totally awesome science fair project, and if you have younger school kids it's really fun to do.  Just leave an egg in vinegar... the acid eats away the calcium shell, leaving just the rubbery membrane, and it becomes a "naked egg"!  See?  You can see the yolk right through it!

Day 38: February 6
Super Bowl Sunday-- the only photo I took after we finally finished the science experiment, and I had to rush to work for our biggest day of the year.  BTW, the whole family had a really fun time with this experiment, and if you have kids, you should try it with them!

Day 39: February 7
Sometimes I just gotta show all that I've got.

Day 40: February 8
Okay, there's story behind this card.  If you're interested, or if you're the one who sent it to me... please read here.

Day 41: February 9
The sky was just covered in ripple-y (is that a word?) clouds! 

Day 42: February 10
Guess where we dined out?

Day 43: February 11
Love this!  The hawks were circling... I got several great shots!  If you want to see more, check out this post!

Day 44: February 12
These doves seem to be in deep conversation

Day 45: February 13
Yay, we celebrated my youngest niece's First Birthday!  You can see that with four children and seven grandchildren, my Mom is getting to be quite the pro at making the best birthday cakes!  It was a barnyard theme, and it was complete with a petting zoo!  My niece is on the left with her own "personal" birthday cake-- I love how the frosting is just squirting through her fingers like play-doh.  And of course, she ended up wearing just her birthday suit after that!  You can see that My Girls had a fantastic time, too!

Day 46: February 14
Happy Valentine's Day!  Smooch!

Day 47: February 15
The only photo I took today.  I made this pendant for my friend's daughter Allison.

Day 48: February 16
YAY!!!  The tree's are blooming, Spring is near!

Day 49: February 17
I swear, it bothered her not one bit that her pull-up was practically dragging at her feet.   We're doing M&M's as a reward for potty training, and I ran out of them.  I think she's rebelling.  (And yes, to avoid the child pornography police, I did blur out her bumbum.)

Day 50: February 18
Our family is going to be very, very sad when Hostess Sweet Sixteen Powdered Donuts are no longer on sale...
50 days!  Wow, we've made it 50 days... already!  

Have a great week!



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13 comments:

  1. Ha ha. Funny about her bum. We are using m&ms too. LOL! That spring blossom is gorgeous! That pendant is so neat. Do you think you would want to participate in my birthday bash and give one away? I just posted the link up for week 7 if you want to link up this week too. :)

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  2. I posted two weeks this time as well! Love the shots of the doves as well as the blossom! The cake your mom made is awesome!

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  3. Fun photos! I love the blossoms against the very blue sky and the pendant is really cute.

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  4. I love the night shot! So great.

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  5. Great photos. I feel your potty training pain.

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  6. We will be doing the naked egg for sure!! =) We are working on a science thing too... only my little girl picked cat food ... lol!! Your hawk & moon picture is wonderful!!

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  7. Your photo's were darling this week!! Hugs

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  8. Great photos! I think we're going to have to try the egg experiment. It looks really cool!

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  9. That egg experiment looks like fun - how did you get it illuminated like that in the first shot - did you just stand infront of a light? I love your night photography out in the car.

    Rosie
    http://leavesnbloomphotography.blogspot.com/2011/02/my-365-51-57-scavenger-hunt-and-prayer.html

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