These Are The Weeks Of Our Lives

February 1, 2010

February 1 2010

It’s nice having cats, because it means there is always a subject for a picture-a-day, no matter how uninspired or tired you are. Here, Rollie makes things easy by posing behind the sun lamp while I was up and about with the 100mm hoping a picture would find me. –Schn.

February 2, 2010

February 2 2010

Happy Groundhog Day! The only positive to take from tonight’s miserably awful excuse for a hockey game is that we learned that Alberta has it’s own Punxsutawney Phil — Balzac Billy

February 3, 2010

February 3 2010

There was an accident blocking the road on my way to the doctor’s office, which gave me a chance to roll down the window and snap some shots with Ricoh Suave of the snowy woods. — Pk.

February 4, 2010

February 4 2010

I got these stickers in the mail today from a certain sister who loves to shower me with squirrel stuff! Apparently, squirrels are the symbol of Cortina. Who knew? — Pk.

February 5, 2010

February 5 2010

We’re all hunkered down at Maple Hoo, ready to get snowed in for the weekend. We’ve got Diet Coke, tons of stitching, and Valentine M&Ms. What more could we need?

February 6, 2010

February 6 2010

We had this exchange as Schnookie tried to document Pookie doing gardening work today:

Pookie, while bent over to the cold frame to sweep off the snow: “Are you getting pictures of it?”

Schnookie, huddled under the eave of the front door, sheltering the camera from the snow: “I can’t really get a view that shows what you’re doing.”

Pookie, rising and beaming: “I’m gardening!”

February 7, 2010

February 7 2010

Behold! Our masterpiece is complete! Our very own Chuck the Duck!!


Filed under Pictures Worth A Thousand Words

4 responses to “These Are The Weeks Of Our Lives

  1. Sarah

    I love the squirrel stickers, and Pookie gardening! and the bottle tree! Such seasonally appropriate photographs this week.

  2. Schnookie

    You’re right, Sarah! It is very wintry this week, isn’t it? At this time last year, we were taking lots of lazy “it’s almost 11:00 at night and we haven’t taken a picture yet” pictures for 365. I’m feeling much better about these dog days this time around.

  3. Chuck the Duck is awesome. And in Shubenacadie, they have their own groundhog, Shebenacadie Sam.

  4. I guess I should have mentioned that Shubenacadie is in Nova Scotia. That may have helped that last comment. DUUUUHHH

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