There were back to back birthday celebrations on Friday and Saturday for my mom and my granddaughter, a very sick kitty that had to be taken to the vet, and of course daily living. So what's the point you might ask? Well with all that going on I didn't have time to take many pictures so I was going to skip the Scavenger Hunt this week. Then I decided to just "hunt" for photos from the archives that fit the prompts. So that is what you get this week.
Come join me over on Ashley's blog for Scavenger Hunt Sunday
The prompts this week were: Basket, Park, Auto, Recycle and People Watching.
BASKET: The basket my mom keeps her dog Rusty's biscuits in. He gets one every night when she brings him inside.
PARK: This one isn't all that old as I at least took it this month. I happened to have my new camera with me and snapped this picture out the window as my husband was driving past our local park.
I find it amusing that they were trying to sled down the hill. We had maybe about 1/2" of snow at the most (our first of the winter) and they had sleds with them. Silly people.
AUTO: Again a not so old photo and also snapped out the window of the van.
RECYCLE: This one had me stumped until I remembered these fun metal sculptures made out of recycle tools (rake, hoe, etc...) that we saw on a drive late last fall.
PEOPLE WATCHING: I intended to post this photo last year because I really liked it but somehow never got around to doing it. Coleen and I had visited one of the parks and I came upon this scene of people doing various activities. I really liked the guy serenading his lady on the guitar so I snapped a shot.
That's it for this week. Please take some time to visit Ashley's blog and check out the other participants and thanks for stopping by. Also please say a prayer for my kitty, Piglet (he's the stray we've been taking care of.) He got hurt and is now sick with a bad respiratory infection and is being taken care of at our Vet's now. Hopefully he will recover but I'd still like prayers for him. He's a sweet cat that really deserves a 2nd chance at a happy, healthy life.
It angers me that people just dumped him in our neighborhood and he's been left to fend for himself.