I am going to have to apologise again. My week in photos is less than inspiring. I was tempted not to even post them, they are that boring, but I want to carry on with it and I don’t want random weeks missing. So I am posting the photos, but feel free to look away now, because they just aren’t terribly interesting!
~ Day 23 ~
This one was taken on my phone. I know I said that I wouldn’t be taking them on my phone again, because the quality is awful, but I really had no choice. Actually I did, but this is actually a bit of a cheat, because it wasn’t actually meant to be the Project 366 photograph, it was just one that I took to send to my friend Anna to show her that I had finished a square of knitting for my blanket. And then I realised that I hadn’t taken a photo for Monday, and so this one had to do! If you look closely, you can see I went wrong. Just a bit. So don’t look too closely, please.
~ Day 24 ~
We have a new freezer, and somehow, this one was lurking on top of or behind the old one. I don’t know how, because the old freezer is not as old as this piece of paper, which is probably pushing 23 years. I distinctly remember this school trip to a railway museum nearby, and I remember having to find out about Demelza, one of the engines. What I am most impressed about is how good my handwriting was, because I was no more than about six when I wrote this, and I think it’s rather neat.
~ Day 25 ~
Chilli Con Carne that I made for dinner. I think this is probably one of my favourite meals. I just love it. And my one doesn’t taste too shabby, I don’t think.
~ Day 26~
The delicious foot cream that my sister bought me for Christmas. It smells so yummy, and I’ve been slathering it on, and then putting on…
~ Day 27 ~
… my lovely bed socks! They are so soft and cosy, and whilst they might not look particularly sexy, they keep my feet warm and they are part of the ongoing project to make my feet look lovely! So there!
~ Day 28 ~
I apologise for the inconvenient flash on this photograph; I would have taken it again but my battery ran out (as it always seems to do), and I couldn’t. I wanted to use this one because it’s a photo of a game I spent a while playing yesterday evening; Winning Lines. You may remember that there was a National Lottery programme from a few years ago, presented by Phillip Schofield of the same name. This is the game of that show and it’s so much fun! It’s kind of hard to explain if you haven’t seen it, but basically you have this in front of you, and you are asked a series of questions to which one of these words is always the answer. You have to answer the question by giving the answer and the number, so it’s no good if you know that Paul Gascgoigne played for Lazio, you also have to find it on the board and say the number too. I just love playing it, and Anna and I have become quite masterful at it. The machine also plays the winning lines music, and start to get quite scary when your time is almost over!
Like I said, that wasn’t the most fun bunch of photos (again), but I promise to try harder next week! Until next time!