Project 365 2015 Week 20

It’s been a busy week of work for me, which is good for me, but not so good for my photos!

Here’s our week in pictures…

Sunday 10th May – Day 130 – our guinea pig, Daisy, has got bad ears, so we gave the hutch the biggest scrub and clean ever and the guinea pigs stayed out in the garden for most of the day.

Guinea pig, pet, 365

Monday 11th May – Day 131 – SATs started for my younger son and he was surprisingly stressed, considering what a walk in the park they will be for him. I had the most uninterrupted day of work I’ve had in a long time. I’m still working with a lot of children’s books.

Books, Children's books, Work, 365

Tuesday 12th May – Day 132 – working at home, lunch becomes an obsession. One of my favourite things to eat is Innocent Veg Pots, so I was gutted to discover they were being discontinued. Bol is taking over from them. Could they cut the mustard?

Lunch, Work at home, Bol, 365

Day 133 – Wednesday 13th May – a lovely sunny day and another day of hard work for me. I spotted this dandelion in my garden – it’s beautiful, but the garden definitely needs weeding again!

Dandelion, Garden, Spring, 365

Day 134 – Thursday 14th May – a cold, wet day. This picture sums it up perfectly.

Rain, Weather, Car, 365

Day 135 – Friday 15th May – when it comes to my business, I’m good at doing the work, but the actual running a business side, I find confusing. Spent a long evening with my husband sorting my finances. These bits of paper mean something, honest!

Work, finances, 365

Day 136 – Saturday 16th May – my biggest boy set off on his French exchange.

Suitcase, Son, French exchange, 365

 

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    • Thanks very much, I’m sure he’ll have a great time! Daisy seems to be doing better, thank you.

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    • Thanks very much! I liked the dandelion photo too – it turned out well for a phone pic! x

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  1. Love your dandelion shot – they are such beautiful weeds! Thursday was so horrible but glad the rest of the week was good for you. Hope your boy is enjoying France 🙂

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    • Thank you! My son has just arrived in France now 🙂 Dandelions are definitely beautiful weeds.

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    • Thanks! We’re quite used to him being away from home and I know he will have a good time. It’s been a good week for work, which is great.

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  2. Oh I hope Daisy’s ears are better soon! It was a horrible day on Thursday here too. Hope your son has a great time. Ickle Pickle x

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    • Thanks very much! Daisy’s ears are looking a lot better now.

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  3. Poor daisy, hope her ears are getting better. Love the dandelion shot, beautiful detail. Hope your son has a wonderful time x

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    • Thank you! He was very excited and I’m sure he’ll have a great time. Daisy’s ears are definitely improving. x

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  4. I keep trying to get a dandelion pic but Sebby likes blowing them! Hope your boy has a wonderful time xx

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    • Thanks very much! Nobody is very interested in blowing dandelions around here any more (although my younger son does quite like kicking them!). x

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  5. Thursday was horrible wasn’t it? I expect the gardens needed it though. Love the idea of working with children’s books.

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    • Thursday was really horrible! I think the weeds have made the most of it 🙁 It is nice working with the children’s books, apart from when I get a book I don’t like!

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  6. Going on a french exchange seems to be so grown up!! As for your garden it reminds me I need to tackle ours-I spent pm much time focusing on the back I haven’t noticed the front growing so much in this weather! Sounds like a great week and how fantastic to work with children’s book?!
    #blogLovin

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    • Ha ha, our front garden has grown massively too! It’s so much easier to ignore when you can’t see it! It all desperately needs weeding again. A job for the bank holiday, I guess!

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  7. Daisy looks like she’s grown a lot. Hope her ears are a lot better now. Whyyyy are they discontinuing Innocent veg pots? They’re so good!

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    • I know, I’m gutted about the veg pots! Apparently Innocent want to concentrate more on fruit. Daisy has grown a lot and the ears are on the mend, thank goodness. I was scared it might be something serious!

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  8. i too have scraps of paper everywhere, and yes they all mean something, im just not sure what sometimes

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    • Ha ha, I normally scribble a lot of notes in random notebooks, then lose my page! I specifically removed these scraps of paper from the notebook and put them in my filing cabinet, so they won’t get lost or confuse me at a later date!

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  9. great that the weather was kind enough to get the guinea pigs out all day, bet they enjoyed the day.
    Hope the French exchange goes great, you do worry about them when they are with strangers.
    The dandelion is very pretty like that, shame they don’t last long.
    Glad the bits of paper mean something to you…….

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    • It’s lovely getting the guinea pigs out in the garden. The weather seems to be alternating between good days and bad days at the moment. It is weird my son being away, but he’ll be back before we know it. That particular dandelion is gone, but it seems to have lots of brothers and sisters still growing among my flowers!

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  10. Hope your son has a great time on his trip! The weather has been so miserable!

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    • Thanks very much, I’m sure he will! The weather seems to be alternating between good(isn) and bad days at the moment.

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  11. LOVE the dandelion photo such detail . i love guinea pigs – i had two when I was a teenager. i hope your son enjoys his trip – what an adventure! i hope it is sunnier over in France x

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