134/366 :: Wednesday 13 May 2020
I'm not sure what kind of flower this is and it seems to be the only one of its kind in my garden.
135/366 :: Thursday 14 May 2020
I buy most of my books used, and most of those I buy paperbacks. this is a first printing of one of my favorite books that I picked up last April at Half Price Books in Milwaukee (so many things I miss in this sentence). anyway, all that to say that if I can take the dust jacket off while I'm reading, I most likely will.
136/366 :: Friday 15 May 2020
the new packaging for Pipsticks just makes it even happier.
137/366 :: Saturday 16 May 2020
two more cemeteries, this time in Baileys Harbor. the cherry street signs around here are my favorite - I have a photo of Tart Cherry Lane hanging on my wall.
138/366 :: Sunday 17 May 2020
makes me smile all the time.
139/366 :: Monday 18 May 2020
buy a house, they said. it'll be fun, they said. the rain will drip from the ceiling sometimes, they didn't say. (someone is coming to fix it.)
140/366 :: Tuesday 19 May 2020
a photographer with the desire to hide behind the camera a little less and let the light shine through.