Too many of us feel like we’re in just this situation…but the warm weather is coming, hang on!
Well, Emme did her supervising of me this morning, she had her lunch and now she’s off in her favorite room sleeping.
So now it’s time to write…but first it’s time to eat chocolate. If only I could stop looking out of the window at the little deer running by, or the squirrel that has finally shown up at the bird feeder. On top of all that, it’s forty degrees outside! Could it be that the day will come when we’re not getting little snowballs out of Emme’s fur each time she comes back in from being outside?
This is the eye of a bluebird…the feathers around it amaze me with their beautiful patterns and delicacy.
I’ve been making sure that their favorite sunflower chips are always available because at least some of their food source is buried beneath a LOT of snow.
I buried my chocolate under the snow and like a squirrel, I occasionally find a bit, dig it up and have a feast…(I’m just kidding.)
There’s a home in Florida that displays HUGE metal insect artwork. I hope I never come across a real bee the size of these!
These deer were all the way down on the bank of the river, so I was surprised to get a decent shot of any kind. A herd of seven were loosely grouped and these three were stragglers. The deer in the middle is keeping an eye on the rest of the herd that had already worked it’s way down the hill and into the ravine.