Monday, May 31, 2021

I Spy: Week 21

We had some unexpected things come up last minute on Friday so I didn't get my I Spy post done in time. I actually took most of these pictures on Wednesday night so I really have no excuse :) As always, I'm linking up with Lysha at A Camera and A Cookbook.

Let's Play iSpy 2021 


Rachel is making an arcade game out of cardboard for school and this day she was sanding the dowels in her game so they would be "smooth."



We had rain for the first time in weeks so raindrops on the "window" were something I wanted to capture. Also, it is very hard to take pictures of raindrops -- the camera kept wanting to focus on whatever was behind the window.



We learned the hard way not to store blackout curtains folded up. We bought these a few years ago and when we stored them away one year, the next year the plastic backing had all stuck to itself. Oh well -- it makes for a unique "pattern."


I bought these "red" petunias for my traditional Canada Day planter. I always plant one planter of red pansies with a white flower of some sort. Sidenote: I can't believe I haven't put my planters together yet. Gasp. 

{your choice}

These pretty white flowers (which might be clover) are growing out of the stump in our backyard and I think they are so pretty!  


  1. I was happy to see the rain on Friday, it made for a nice lazy day (with work and school of course). We used to pick out the petals from the clover and taste them, I think they had nectar. Not sure if it was our imagination but fun as kids.

  2. We had a ton of rain! The red is so cool.

  3. That pattern picture looks so neat! We needed (and finally received!) some much needed rain this weekend too. I do find it hard to take photos when my camera won't let me focus on what I want to focus on.

  4. What a cool pattern! We really need rain down this way.

  5. I washed my husband's office blackout drapes and ruined them. And didn't get a pretty pattern like you did from folding and storing yours. Lovely capture.
    I believe those are clover. Very pretty. We saw some in Kentucky last week when we were home for a visit. My granddaughter picked one for me and I found it in the washing machine yesterday!


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