March 365 PC – 28, 29, & 30

Needless to say the last few days have been crazy. Here’s catch up:

28. Flowing

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I doubt this needs much explaining except that this is not beer. Tid bit about me – I can’t stand the taste or smell of beer.

29. Minimal

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The inspiration for this came from laying on the floor and realizing how minimalistic this tiling is.

30. Dyed

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The green dyed felt of a pool table is always recognizable.

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March 365 PC – 25. A Pinecone

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Yes, your eyes do not deceive you. That is a bedazzled Pinecone.

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My niece gave them to my husband and me for Christmas.

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I was at a loss trying to figure out where I was going to get a Pinecone this time of year without going to a store (I’m not much of a shopper). Suddenly it hit me today that I have two sitting in my house just waiting to be photographed.

March 365 PC – 21 & 22

21. Hiding

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I had a tough time figuring out what to do for this one. Such a tough time that I couldn’t even get it done the day it was supposed to be done. Finally this morning I got an idea. I could make it look like my Worry Doll is hiding in her pouch. If you don’t know what that is, she’s a tiny doll that comes in a necklace-like pouch.
Here’s a picture of her outside her pouch:

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I got her when I was 13 on a trip to Guatemala. When children can’t sleep because of worrying, they tell their worries to the doll and then place the doll under their pillow so they can sleep.
Here’s a link to more info about Worry Dolls:

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Worry_doll

22. Nurture

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To me Band – Aid will always be the best brand to nurture my wounds.

March 365 PC – 20. Plant Something

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So I’m not physically planting anything but I’m going to try to mentally plant an idea in your head. This is what I made for dinner tonight and it was delicious!  So here it is, step by step.

1. Start by putting about half a stick of butter in a skillet or pan and tie the heart on just high enough to melt it, then put your thawed chicken in (this was probably about 1.5 pounds of chicken cut into strips.

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2. Start your broccoli (just follow the directions that come with it – that’s what I did)

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3. Once the broccoli is almost ready (still a bit crunchy), drain any water and mix in desired amount of Alfredo sauce,  parmesan cheese,  and bacon pieces. I used 1 can, about 1 cup,  and about 1/2 cup respectively.

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4. Once chicken is done you’re ready to eat!

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