5211-36, 37 & 38

Once again, here I am playing catch-up on my 52 week project.  I feel so bad for neglecting the 52WP blog and flickr group, but life will go on.  I know there are several people still going strong with their project and so I'm certainly happy about that.  

Here are the last 3 weeks worth of shots...

Week 36: Planking

Week 37: Remembering 9/11 and praying for our Nation
 Week 38: Smile!

So once again, I will say that I hope to get back on track with m blogging...of course we all know I've said that many times before! :\



Just a warning before you read further....I don't want to offend you if you are into the hair feather phenomena, so you may want to stop reading here!

The hair feathers.
I'm just not a fan.
I have no clue.
I mean if you got in on the feathers and then got out when everyone and their dogs were getting them, that's cool, but at this point in time I think it's time to let it go.

SERIOUSLY People, do you really think your dog wants to wear another animal's covering hanging off his ear?  It's really kind of creepy if you think about it. 

Now, let me say, for these younger girls, who want to sport a funky hot pink or lime green feather for a few days, yes.


If you are considered an adult (which I realize can vary), or unless you are Steven Tyler, then please just say no to fowl decor in your locks.

 So here is my attempt at humor when it comes to the whole hair feather thing.

Again, I hope I don't offend. If you are rocking the feather, then glory be, rock that sucker. 
This is just my opinion and that's one reason for my blog...to post my opinion! :)    

ETA: I have also read something which may or may not be accurate, but apparently the roosters that grow these skinny little striped feathers that most people are wearing, don't survive the plucking process.  Now, I'm not a freaky animal activist by any means, but that just sounds rather cruel and sad to me.  Anyway, just putting that out there. Here is the story I read.