Joining in with Greenthumb over at Made with Love for the monthly scavenger hunt. It's a lot of fun and people come up with some great interpretations of the clues.
W is for? Water. Water in a lake in Maine.
5pm Happy Hour rum punch on vacation in Maine.
Everyday My husband grinds coffee every morning with a hand grinder. The little babe knows the sound and hears it when she wakes up in bed.
Centered The little babe, walking in the center of the line at the park. Following instructions pretty well for a babe who isn't even two!
Peace White is the color that is associated with peace.
Ball My husband doing a cannon ball off the end of the dock in Maine.
Luggage Our bags being inspected by our Corgi after returning from Maine.
Under These are the two dogs, Chip and Lola, that always sit under the little babe's high chair. Lola is so bad that she won't even go to the bathroom if the little babe is in the chair because she doesn't want to miss a crumb dropping on the floor.
On your shelf On a recent trip to the grocery store, the little babe apparently grabbed a can of Fruta Bomba - papayas in heavy syrup - and my husband and I didn't notice until we got home. It sticks out like a sore thumb on our shelf of drab colored grains. It gave us a good laugh!
Something you do everyday Laundry. With all of the animals, plus the little babe and husband, I do laundry every day. In the summer I dry them outside. In the winter, I put the drying rack by the woodstove, which actually dries them quicker than the sun. Spring and Fall are tough when it is not cold enough for us to use the woodstove, but the days are damp and rainy.
Glitter Glitter isn't something that we have in the house. I'm not into crafting with it and the little babe hasn't discovered it yet. I wanted to try and photograph something natural that glitters. I was hoping to get some sunny water photos, but it wasn't working. These raindrops on a nasturtium leaf will have to do. Just squint slightly when you look at the picture - it will look glittery.
Sunglass I am slightly cheating with this picture. I actually took it in late July, not August, but it fits the clue perfectly.