Thursday, May 31, 2012

No horses again

I loved the acrobatics of the squirrels. There were 9 of them that came every day. Sometimes all at the same time and sometimes one or two at a time.

The Mourning Doves come around too. They eat off the ground. Not from the feeders.

The Red Tailed Squirrel comes some days. It is not one of the nine. He is not particularly friendly with the young grey squirrels

I am watching you.

This guy was on the window sill right outside the window. They are not much afraid of anyone inside the window.

Eastern Blue Jays. Sure are bright blue aren't they.

Did not go out and work Sage today like I had planned. It has spit rain off and on and I got the laundry caught up and planted my nasturtium seeds and the Bleeding Heart roots that I bought. I sure hope they grow. I love them. I am sure the nasturtiums will. They are pretty hardy.

We are going to our Mustang Meeting in about half an hour. I sent the notice before we left so I hope they don't forget.



  1. Glad you're home Lea. So sorry about your BIL...cancer sucks. But, we're all gonna go someday, just have to be ready that's all. If we're blessed, we'll all meet up someday and then no more death. I can't wait for that, but for now my prayers are with you and your family. I love your adorable little squirrels, gosh they're cute! We don't have any where we live. I've been working regularly with Eagle and downs at best. I'm holding off on riding him for a while longer, focusing on groundwork and getting him over some of his fear issues. My friend is coming on Wednesday to do an evaluation on him and help me out with some ideas to work on. I need to be confident, consistent and patient. *sigh* Patience...story of my life I'm afraid.

  2. Getting caught up on your blog, Lea. Many days didn't have internet or was boot scootin' down the road. Love squirrels big time. Don't have but chipmunk in the wood pile. Miss them from the West side where they are everywhere; I'd feed them whole peanuts off the deck of house we sold in Maltby. Hugs!