Looking so sad. I had to leave and take the boy to school. One of my best photo subjects well… sort of. It seems he is becoming a little camera-shy and doesn’t want to look at me when I call his name!
Still working in Manual Mode but still need to explore other functions there are so stinking many!
She is having a hard time making friends with the others I may need to give her back to the neighbor if the others don’t quit picking on her! I found out which Hens rule the roost though, Chewy and Big Red. Chew is the other black one behind her in the top photo, the other is Little Red, Big Red is wandering the pin.
Hard at work with landscaping and cleaning up our yard! It is looking pretty good! The grass is starting to grow and that makes me happy! The photo isn’t note worthy by any means but it’s a start!!! HAHA! Yeah, I know, not that funny! Sorry I haven’t been to faithful with my posts, to all of you still following me… Thanks.
We have been so busy landscaping I haven’t had a chance to really get my camera out! Mothers day though, I was able to. We went on a hike up the Icicle! The flowers I have been told are edible but they are also protected and you are not supposed to pick them. I suppose if I were starving I would have to take the chance! The little butterflies were cute! On a creepy note the ticks were insane brushed three of them off my husband. Creepy Critters!
Heading into the kitchen to feed the dog when I stop to look down at him through my legs. Expecting him to walk under me, nope he refuses to walk ahead of me when I am going to feed him. To the side or behind me while in the house. Outside on a leash a whole different story!
So it has been a debate lately, should we or shouldn’t we get chickens again… I thought it was settled with the word NO!!!
While I was sleeping, my daughter answers the phone and her Dad asks her if we should get Chickens? She says “No, I don’t like Chickens.” He then asks “How about little chicks?” “I like chicks!!!” That is all it took, SOLD!
We are now proud owners of little chicks, soon to be chickens, my daughter was rather disappointed! The look on her face when I told her they would become full-grown chickens was… Priceless!!
Can I just say I LOVE HER!!! How many people get to hear I love you Mom, you’re the best Mom ever. From a 16-year-old. I will count my blessings!