Project 365: Week 7

My week in photos as part of Project 365:

Thursday 12 February 2009

What a rainy day it is! The water fountain in Cuba Street looks like it’s working over time.

JPG image of water fountain in Cuba Street

Water, water, everywhere

Friday 13 February 2009

I threw this lollipop in my bin at work earlier in the week as I had an ulcer and it was too much to finish. It’s now dried to my rubbish bag, forever. Unless I get a new rubbish bag.

JPG image of a lollipop in a rubbish bin

Oh hai, again.

Saturday 14 February 2009

Valentine’s Day. Hubby and I find out we are going to Christchurch for our free mystery weekend. The rental car that is part of the package turns out to be a brand new one that has only done 12 kilometres. Yayah.

JPG image of the rental car odometer

Brand new cars are great

Sunday 15 February 2009

The hubby and I have ice cream and fish and chips (in that order) before heading back to Wellington.

JPG image of ice creams

Sherrrberrt

Monday 16 February 2009

Our first wedding anniversary! After watching the movie Valkyrie, we come home and cut our cake. It’s still good – and full of rum.

JPG image of the top tier of our wedding cake

Mmmm cake

Tuesday 17 February 2009

Everytime I see a whale now I think of the Fail Whale. Here is one on Courtenay Place.

JPG image of a Whale on the footpath on Courtenay Place

Whale on the footpath on Courtenay Place

Wednesday 18 February 2009

The only thing we brought back from Christchurch is a bag of habanero chillis. Hubby chops up a couple and fries them to make some chilli oil. He also tries a bit after they are fried and loses much of the feeling in his mouth.

JPG image of habanero chillis

Handle with care

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3 thoughts on “Project 365: Week 7

  1. FYI everyone. those little chills are friken hot and if you touch your eye within the next hour after handling them (and doing a half assed washing of your hands) it burns like crazy. its .03 X the strength of pepper spray. or something. anyway it not very fun.

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    Chickie Little

    Lesson learnt then! :p

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