5.29.2010

Project 52~ Week 18, 19, 20, 21

I'm still alive and still taking photos. I'm just a wee bit late in posting. Happy Memorial Day!


Week 18~
My Grandmother's Home Economics Text Book



Week 19~
Salad I made for Mother's Day Lunch



Week 20~
My First Cherry Tomatoes



Week 21~
I Bought a Car for the First Time in my Life
(It's used, bought it from my dad for a great price)

12 comments:

Kristen said...

lovely pictures!! I'm back and trying to get back to seeing what is going on in everyone's lives!! Hope all is well!

Miss Janice said...

That salad looks yummy and the presentation is fab! Home Economics...I took that, do they still offer that in high schools?? Have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend!

Lil' Woman said...

I would love to hear what that home economics book has in it.

Shoshanah said...

I love your grandmother's textbook. I'm pretty sure I never had a class teach me the correct way to set a table for an informal family meal!

AmyT said...

the salad is beautiful - love those plates...congrats on the car!

Football & Fried Rice said...

Wow - looks like you've had some great things going on! Glad you got a new ride (and for a deal - sweet!) Umm, the salad looks recipe sharing worthy - hunt, hint! Looks beautiful - I'd love to impress my midwestern peeps with some of YOUR southern charm ;)

Jill said...

I've been wondering where you are! I hope you're still loving your new job and I'm excited about your big purchase!

D said...

Glad we got to catch up yesterday. If you're around today, hopefully we can talk again!

xoxo

midnight macaroons said...

Yum, can I get your recipe for the salad? It looks fantastic. I'm excited about your new car. I love Infiniti cars. They are really comfy and cute. Yay, I'm so glad you posted. I've missed you.

Big Hugs,
Gigi

Silvia said...

Love the pictures and glad to know that you are okay :) Missed you blog friend!

Jules said...

I can only imagine the guidelines that were in your Grandmother’s textbook. It must make for an interesting read.

The salad you made on Mother’s Day looks absolutely delicious and I love your dishware and flatware. Congrats also on growing those tomatoes. I’m terrible at keeping plants and flowers alive.

That is so great that you purchased your own car and I’m glad you got it from your dad for a good deal. Good luck with it!

Miss Sweet Tea said...

Hey lady!!! I miss you!! How is life??