My February 2019 In Photos

This little dog stayed at my grandma’s for a short time. If you read January’s post, you probably saw Blackie. Someone abandoned her at my grandma’s, and she took her in. This little dog obviously belonged to someone, unlike Blackie. She came around a lot for a couple of weeks and then left. He was adorable! ❀

Mom’s daffodils started blooming and I had too much fun photographing them.

She has different colors! πŸ˜€

Side view. Some not even opened yet. πŸ™‚

She has SO MANY. πŸ˜€

Close up of the inside of the flower!

Mom made a giant heart sugar cookie for Valentine’s day. It was amazing. πŸ˜€

Mom’s peach tree bloomed! πŸ˜€ It’s now covered in peaches.

My grandma’s lake at dusk. πŸ˜€

Looking up into the trees around our house. πŸ™‚

Laptop batteries! The one on top is my old one. The one on the bottom is the new one, which is now in the laptop I’m using to type this post. πŸ™‚ My old one didn’t hold a charge anymore, so my parents bought me this one. It lasts anywhere between 3 and 6 hours on a charge, depending on what I’m doing when using it. It’s amazing, I can go online anywhere without a cord now. πŸ˜€

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19 thoughts on “My February 2019 In Photos

    • Thank you! ❀️

      πŸ˜ƒ πŸ’– I couldn’t get enough of the flowers or that little doggie! I kinda wanted to adopt him, but it was clear he had an owner. Also, we don’t really need a dog right now. Jackie is enough to handle, haha. And she has some dog-like behaviors so I can pretend I guess. 🀣

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