I decided to keep May with a lot of blue, this week with pink to show that spring really arrived. Maybe I'll have blue and yellow colors for the Navy graduation last week. We'll see but soon we'll be half done with the year. How time does fly!
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Project Life Continues: Week 19
I got myself on a roll last week and got caught up. Well not including week 21 and this being week 22. I could have done 21 yesterday but it was a holiday. (As if a holiday makes much difference when you're retired!) A friend also has some serious issues going on in her life and that occupied my mind a bit. In any case here's week 19.
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- Wordless Wednesday: Well, We Got It
- Project Life Continues: Week 19
- Never Forget
- Five on Friday: May 26, 2017
- Wordless Wednesday: When Spices Go Bad
- AAM Monday: Project Life Week 18
- The heat...oh the Heat!
- It's That Time - To The Clothesline!
- AAM Monday: Project Life Week 17
- AAM Monday: Project Life Week 15
- TBT: Bound for Texas via Mississippi
- Wordy Wednesday: Get Rid of It!
- AAM Monday: Project Life Week 14
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