DAILY CALENDAR CHALLENGE #73 – MARCH 14
#1 THE ORIGAMI CALENDAR CHALLENGE – MAD MUSHROOMThis origami project brought to mind the very first time mushrooms were introduced to my life. Bear in mind that while my mother was a great cook, I never ate a mushroom until I was in my very late teens when I ate in a Chinese restaurant with high school chums. But I was introduced to mushrooms much earlier, thanks to Walt Disney’s Fantasia.
I actually shot this photo in my backyard under the big maple tree.
I did pretty good with this one … actually, I got them all except the last one.
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#3 THE PAGE-A-DAY PUZZLE – DETAILS
In lieu of the puzzle, I’m adding a few photos of Mlle. Renee, who like all kids in the world can get an entire day of play out of a cardboard box. I was encouraged to do this by the keepers of the Saint Louis Zoo, who regularly give large boxes to their charges as a special treat. Only I don’t spray perfume/spices on the boxes. I guess the scent of the mailman on them is enough stimulation for her .
Posted on March 14, 2013, in Daily Calendar Challenge and tagged Chinese dance, daily calendar challenge, Details, Fantasia, Irish puzzle, mushrooms, origami, photography, puzzles, Renee boxing, Saint Louis Zoo. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.