Day 60 | Project 365 Watching the snow turn to ice through the sun roof.
Day 61 | Project 365 A glimpse of the moon as the sun was going down.
Day 62 | Project 365 My sewing room windowsill on this cold and dreary day.
Day 63 | Project 365 “Currant cakes? This book is seriously making me hungry!”
Day 64 | Project 365 Winter’s last hurrah.
Day 65 | Project 365 After the [snow] storm. It may be cold, but at least it’s pretty!
Day 66 | Project 365 I wondered why it had gotten so quiet in there.
Day 67 | Project 365 Every time I walk past this plant I am amazed at how it’s thriving. It gets plenty of light but it’s in a rather cold spot by the door and I forget to water it regularly. I used to be able to kill my houseplants so easily but everything I grow in this house just seems to thrive.
Day 68 | Project 365 55°F and he’s got the shorts and flip flops out. Next thing they will be asking me to go swimming or turn the sprinkler on. Happens every March!
Day 52 | Project 365 The baby girl with the prettiest blue eyes.
Day 53 | Project 365 Please keep Fr. Michael Messner, the Pastor of Sacred Heart in Lancaster, in your prayers. He fell two stories when his second floor balcony collapsed under him Sunday evening. He is in the hospital in critical condition.
Day 54 | Project 365 Reflecting on her reflection.
Day 55 | Project 365 “These potatoes are too buttery for me.”
Day 56 | Project 365 A beautiful spring-like day that almost makes me want to use the clothesline. Almost.