Tuesday, May 13, 2014

12 of 12

So I'm doing my 51st 12 of 12

Normally it is 12 pictures taken on the 12
th of the month. Since I only post once per day, you get my images the following day. All pictures taken with my iPhone. Click images to enlarge, if you choose.

Created by Chad Darnell and picked up from, what I can tell, a number of random bloggers who then link back to him and vice versa. Chad is no longer doing this, nor is successor coordinating the linking of other 12 of 12'ers anymore. Now it's just ErikJim and myself - that I know of. 

I still continue to do this, because of all my consistent post topics, I actually like this one the most.

08:30.  Checking out my grass cutting skills. 
Glad I did the lawn on Sunday, as it is supposed to rain the rest of the week. 

09:50. First Petey walk.  Neighbors getting new trees.  
We lost a lot of bushes and shrubs this winter.

11:15.  Looking up some stuff on LegalZoom.  
No package was selected.

12:20.  What to do for lunch?  What to do for lunch?

12:45.  Trying to get Mr. Pete in before the rain. 
It's hard to get a beagle's attention when he's on a scent. 

13:00.  the rain. 
One of five rounds of storms during the day.

17:00.  Second Petey walk of the day. 
An unmanaged lawn of a neighbor who moved 4-5 years ago. Still no buyer on the house. (was $1.2M, now asking $629k).  Cute dog not included. 

17:50.  Peppers. 
I'm thinking chicken with onions and peppers for dinner. 

19:10.  I don't mind doing laundry. I just hate putting it away. 

19:11.  My supervisor. 

20:20.  Chicken, onion and peppers - just like I said. 

21:15.  Lightening.
More rain than my earlier prediction. Plus hail. Plus flood warnings. Plus tornado warnings.

I'm doing a Pic a Day in May - so you're not getting a Baker's Dozen this month.  Mostly because I just didn't have any other pics. 


anne marie in philly said...

"select a package" - bwhahahaha! if that phrase was on scruff...

I too hate putting away laundry, that's why I have the spouse do it. sophie, you show your daddy how the job's done.

$629K for THAT? $300K is more like it. no wonder it sits.

Erik Rubright said...

Y'all need more beer in your fridge!