Monday, July 06, 2009

June Mosaic

This month began with outdoor theater and the end of the school year.

There was an MG event and a fish-a-thon, and fun with "The Moniques."

Food seems to have featured strongly this month: fish and chips, omelet, chips and salsa, pastries, mutant strawberries, and Thai beef salad.

The yucca bloomed (those are little white moths to the right of the stamens!), and the prickly pear bloomed, and the lilies bloomed (and smelled positively heavenly). None of which were in my garden!

Willie Morris makes two appearances, as do mom's cats.

We were visited by two therapy dogs while mom was in the hospital -- this happy golden and a wheezy American Bulldog.

For me, meadowlarks are an iconic bird of the eastern high plains. It was a particular tragedy to find one dead in the gutter on Main Street. It likely fell off the grill of the vehicle it was not quick enough to fly away from.

There are now 180 photos in my Project 365 set.


  1. I love that you do this every month! When you get to the end of the year, you will be able to look at your year in photos. So cool!

  2. Great pictures and stories ML! I feel like I can get a better picture of your days in Colorado. See you soon!


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