Mar 1, 2009

Project 365 - March 1, 2009

Project 365

It's time for Project 365 again! Sara at Make Music From Your Heart to the Lord is our hostess. Please go visit her, say hi, and share your week too.

I really don't have much to share this week. I was very tired and unproductive all week.


Day 2 - Laundry

Day 3 - Made individual size chocolate cream pies.


Day 5 - Got together with the ladies in my SS class. We brought items to donate to the Arlington Pregnancy Center and played a little game of bowling.


Day 5 (pic 2) - Is this a wierd picture or what. This is me bowling. I'm transparent! I always take the worst pictures. If there was a worst picture contest I would win hands down.


Edie



Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind ~ Luke 10:27

28 comments:

sara said...

the pies look sooo good!!!

the bowling is fun! and your transparent picture is very funny!

Dena said...

Love the bowling idea, very cute. And those small pies look very yummy!

From the Heart said...

Great pictures, especially the pie and your bowling.
AliceE.

Marla said...

Nice pictures. I will have some pie, please! I wouldn't have any photos to post in a week, me at work, me and Rocky(my dog). I have a very boring and uneventful life right now. I could take one photo and post it over and over. Ha!

Andrea said...

Maybe you arent transparent in that picture...Could be the Holy Spirit at work in and "through" you. Blessings, andrea

Edie said...

Andrea - If it was the Holy Spirit then He's a terrible bowler. I got two gutter balls. LOL!

Mary Moss said...

Baby bottle bowlinng! What a fun idea. I don't like to be photographed either - I would be a contender in that contest with you:-)

Becky said...

Yum, pieeees... choc cream my fave! *drool*

Makes up for all the laundry ;-)

Chel's Leaving a Legacy said...

Okay, individual chocolate pies AND cappuccinos? We could have us a pretty good time, Sista! :-)

And the blurry bowling pic...it's not a bad picture...lots of people TRY to do that to add some "meaning" to a photograph. Great job!! ha!

And laundry, ugh, don't even get me started. :-)

Beverlydru said...

If the contest is "who takes the worst pictures", I have to tell you, I would beat you for sure. I sometimes miss my subjects. How? Distracted maybe? Since you didn't take that photo, maybe you meant you're not photogenic which isn't true, 'cause we've seen your blog.
You are talented and awesome. So it was a quiet week... you made a happy difference in my week and I bet lots of others... like Natalie!!

possum said...

Thanks for visiting me! Hope you come back again. More possum pictures back on Groundhog Day - pictures of my possum baby!
Your pictures never did load after 15 min. - so I gave up. Dial up is sooooo slow, but it is all we've got!

Sue J. said...

Anytime you can make yummy treats and have fellowship time with the gals is a great week! Service, too!!

Perhaps you are bowling too fast? Next time, set up the crib bumpers--LOL!!

Have a great week ahead....

mama's smitten said...

Yum ! Day two looks good! What a cute bowling game !

Elizabeth said...

I'm with you on being unproductive. This week must not be!

chocolate cream pies-my favorite!

a corgi said...

hoping you got a chance to rest up so it will be a less tiring, better productive week next week, but I liked the pictures from this week, especially the pies, yum!

betty

Deanna said...

you got me laughing! girls can have some fun ~ can't they, I love it!!!

Sharon said...

I love the bowling, and the things you are bowling with! hahaha that was a strange looking picture. May I place and order on the pie, that really looked yummy.
Enjoyed the chuckle this morning.
I pray you have gotten some rest as well
Have a blessed day

BECKY said...

Hi Edie!!
Don't know if you do the award thing or not but I have two waiting for you on my blog!! :o)

Have a joyful week!!
Blessings,
Becky

Greg C said...

Bowling down baby bottles. That looks like fun. But what do you bowl with?

Yolanda said...

I'm all about the pie in the moment...decided I need to make some wiser choices and had a cup of applesauce instead.

:-)

~~ATTIC CLUTTER~~ said...

Oh Edie you crack me up(:)
invisible you and your dryer in the blog(:) LOL
well I could eat afew of those yummy pies..(:) thanks on my switch plates..
big hugs, Patty

TRUTHSHARER said...

Loved the TRANPARENT picture! How'd that happen??? I love sweets! That pie looks yummy!

Choosing JOY,
Stephanie

TRUTHSHARER said...

PS:

If that wasn't the Holy Spirit then maybe you're really an angel we are attending unawares?

hugs, S

lisasmith said...

Edie--

I just got your sweet comment and clicked over here...what a treat to meet you!! I love, love your story and thank you for sharing it with me. I'm totally coming back to check out your scripture tags...I can't figure out how to spiff up my blog at all or even how to cut and paste a button from some of my favorite sites!! You're a very talented lady with beautiful granddaughters, I might add :) Thanks for your encouragement today.

debrah said...

Hey Edie:
Laundry has become one of my favorite times...have to take it to the Laundromat so I have about two hours to catch up on reading...
That pie looks mighty tasty...
When I worked with kids we made snowman bowling pins from the coffeemate creamers...the body of the creamers was white and we decorate them to look like snowman and then bowl them down with "snow" balls...
Have a great week.

Daphine said...

I'm lovin' the idea with the bottles for bowling! Where did you come up with that? Great fun!

My ADHD Me said...

2-This could be my every day picture.

3- Did I mention that your picture posts ALWAYS make me hungry?

5- You are So thoughtful....is that a gutter ball?

5-2 Actually, that is a cool picture. Think about it this way, you could NEVER get a picture to look like that if you were trying to!

Shabby Olde Potting Shed said...

THE PIE LOOKS DANGEROUS!
AND YOU REEEEALLY WERE A
BLURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR MY FRIEND. For a second I thought I was having a senior moment.