Project 365 2010: Week 20

by Wendy Copley on June 24, 2010

134

May 14, 2010: My Trader Joe’s shopping cart. Some of the stuff you can see in this photo: coffee, sparkling water, frozen waffles, eggs, frozen onigiri, peas, chicken tikka masala and most prominently, butter almond thins — the most addictive cookie in the world!

135

May 15, 2010: Augie has a little snack from lots of orange dishes.

136

May 16, 2010: The world’s skeeviest spider. This gigundo lady had been building a web on part of our back yard fence for a couple of weeks. It was a weird web — very densely woven with a couple of tube like areas that she liked to hide in. I’m not a an arachnaphobe by any stretch but she looked really bad ass and I was kind of scared to have the kids anywhere in her vicinity so I ended up wrecking her web in the hope that she would move on to another yard. I felt pretty guilty about it because I think having spiders around is a good thing, but I knew if my husband found her he would have smooshed her so I decided I was doing her a service. Anyone know what kind of spider this is?

137

May 17, 2010: When we got up in the morning, the living room was completely picked up and everything was in it’s place. This is how it looked by 8:45. Sigh.

138

May 18, 2010: How I roll. I cruise to the farmers’ market in my phat VW station wagon (I guess I can’t technically call it a “swagger wagon”) with a sippy full of soy milk in the cup holder. Yeah, I’m that cool.

139

May 19, 2010: Wyatt finally caught the cold that had been working it’s way through our household and was too sick to go to school. I had already packed him a lunch the night before and when he saw me taking a picture of it for the blog he wanted to eat it right then so that’s what he had for breakfast. Augie was at daycare and I was sick too, so I decided the best thing to do was break all of my home-sick-from-school rules and take him to see a movie and get a cupcake later in the day. Yeah — that’s going to keep him from faking it in the future.

140

May 20, 2010: Wyatt was back at school today, so Augie and I walked over to get him at pick-up time. Augie likes climbing on this wheelchair access ramp.


Interested in following Wendolonia on the social networks? I have a new Wendolonia Facebook page, as well as an account on Twitter where I post blog updates, links and other interesting bento and craft info!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

  • Lyndsey

    You are such a joy! I love all this real life day to day…peaking. Always a pleasure! I wish I caught on the the project 364 erly enough on!

  • Is it by chance a Yellow Garden Spider? I used to get those sometimes when I lived over there. http://nature.berkeley.edu/~stevelew/cbcstuff/c

  • This post snuck by me and I just caught it in the knick of time on the Facebook page. Phew! Close one. đŸ˜‰

    There Augie is flaunting more Pirate Island. Oh, my Gymbo love is burning at the sight of it. I can still perfectly picture Owen in that shirt. It reminds me of those sweet easier days when I had just my two boys and things were ever so much simpler then….

    I can't find the spider in that picture, but YUCK! We always had black widows on our patio when we were in CA. They made really thick webs like that.

Previous post:

Next post: