Project 365 2015 Week 10

We’re in March, it’s spring at last!

For the first time in a while I’ve actually taken a few photos on my proper camera rather than my phone this week, which makes a nice change.

So here’s our week in pictures…

Day 60 – Sunday 1st March – March! my mum bought me this indoor bulb (amaryllis?) before Christmas and, while hers was flowering at Christmas, mine has only just come out.

Flower, 365

Day 61 – Monday 2nd March – it’s all about the flowers this week – our first daffodil finally came out, definitely a sure sign of spring!

Daffodil, Spring, 365

Day 62 – Tuesday 3rd March – I’m finding the antibiotics to treat my skin a real struggle and the only way to keep feeling half well is to keep eating! Plain, salty carbs seem to be the way forward for now.

Hula Hoops, Crisps, Carbs, Antibiotics, 365

Day 63 – Wednesday 4th March – it’s still a few days until the proper work begins on our kitchen, but we have bits of new kitchen piled up all over the house!

Boxes, New kitchen, 365

Day 64 – Thursday 5th March – what a difference a week makes! Although the second photo still looks horrendous by most people’s standards, it is a huge improvement on a week before. That’s what nasty antibiotics can do for you!

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Day 65 – Friday 6th March – my daughter went back to the hospital for a check-up. It was a long appointment and we still haven’t had any answers about why her foot is hurting (more on that on the blog next week). This is her doing puzzles in the waiting room.

hospital, daughter, 365

Day 66 – Saturday 7th March – work started on our kitchen! It was only one day as it will start properly next weekend, but it’s amazing how quickly cupboards can be ripped out!

Skip, Old kitchen, New kitchen, 365

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29 Comments

  1. Exciting to see the kitchen work gearing up to start. I’m so glad your skin is improving. At least the antibiotics are doing their job even if they are nasty.

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    • Thanks very much! I wouldn’t put up with their nastiness if they didn’t work, that’s for sure!

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  2. It’s always nice to get the proper camera out isn’t it? Love the flowers and good to see your kitchen taking shape! Hope those antibiotics carry on doing their job x

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    • Thanks very much. I much prefer using the proper camera, but it’s usually so much easier to just use the phone.

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  3. Hope you’ve gotten used to the antibiotics a bit more. They sound bleurgh but glad they’ve made suΕΎh a difference already! Good luck with the kitchen, it all sounds very exciting!

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    • Thanks very much! I had to cut back a bit on the antibiotics so I could survive them! I’m so pleased they’re working though.

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  4. It’s amazing how quickly something can be ripped out isn’t it. Hope you get answers for your daughter soon.

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    • Thanks very much, it feels like we’ve waited for ever for answers for my daughter πŸ™

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  5. Those antibiotics are making a difference aren’t they? I used to love doing those puzzles your daughter was doing in the waiting room. x

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    • They are, thanks, I’ll be back to where I started from soon! My daughter absolutely loves those puzzles, I quite fancy giving them a go myself! x

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  6. I really love the Hula Hoops shot (though I want some now!) – hope you are getting a bit more used to the antibiotics now. Glad they are working for you.

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    • Sorry for making you want Hula Hoops! I’ve had to cut down on the antibiotics a bit, which is helping the side effects.

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    • Thanks very much. I don’t eat crisps usually, but always liked Hula Hoops when I felt ill as a kid and that hasn’t changed!

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    • Thanks very much, it’s a big relief to me! x

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  7. Glad the antibiotics are starting to help.
    Must be worrying about your daughter when you are not really getting any answers.
    The finished kitchen will be nice when it is done but the in between will be a nightmare.
    Love the signs of Spring, geocaching season is just round the corner

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    • Thanks very much, it is a worry with my daughter. I’m trying not to worry too much, but it’s inevitable as it goes on longer. I love the signs of spring too, enjoy your geocaching! πŸ™‚

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  8. The bright colours of spring flowers cheered me up straightaway – lovely. I bet you can’t wait until your kitchen is done – it’ll be worth the chaos. Hope all goes well with your daughter’s foot.

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    • Thanks very much. The house is a mess at the moment, but it will be so good when it’s all done πŸ™‚

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    • Thanks very much, I can’t wait for the new kitchen! πŸ™‚

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  9. I spotted a few daffs in our garden yesterday too – love it! That Amaryllis is incredible too – such a bold colour. Glad your antibiotics are making a difference – not too many crisps though πŸ˜‰ x

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    • Thanks very much! I never usually eat crisps, but the Hula Hoops are saving me at the moment! x

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  10. Looks like a busy week….
    You can see the difference in your face….Hope it’s all better soon!
    Good luck with the kitchen x

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    • Thanks very much, I’m so pleased my skin is improving, it’s a big relief! x

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  11. So glad that the antibiotics are starting to do their job, even if they’re making you feel rubbish. Love the first two photos, and so exciting to see progress with the kitchen πŸ™‚

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    • Thanks very much. You can’t beat some bright flowers! The antibiotics are making a big difference, thank goodness!

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  12. Thanks very much, I bet he would! πŸ™‚

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