I’m sitting here this evening, playing with the Black & White who won’t leave me alone. When he returns his toy, he gives me the border collie stare-down until I shoot it again. Tonight we’re playing with super squirrel, which is a sling shot toy, and one of his favorites.
Ok – this is really funny. Speaking of sling shot toys ~
In the time it took me to type the first paragraph, George was digging about in his toy box and has just brought me the only other sling shot toy that’s in there, which is super chicken. I just needed to share that with you. This is a smart dog. (But you already know this, don’t you?)
Still no word on the photo retrieval of my EHD (external hard drive) but I’ll keep you posted. Right before I lost all my photos, I deleted all of the ones on the camera card because it was full. So, yay. My husband took a couple of pictures today of a big hairy woodpecker that visited the feeders at the breakfast nook window.
This was taken using the Nikon 70-300mm lens through the glass windows of the house. My husband has set up all sorts of cut tree branches like the one you see in this photo. Hanging from them are several suet feeders which are double encased in wire to keep the squirrels out.
George, will you stop staring at me, for heaven’s sake!!!!!
Want to see something a little different? A friend sent me this link today to a You Tube video that features a little porcupine named Teddy Bear who doesn’t want to share his ear of corn. I had no idea that porcupines made these sounds.
And because I can’t share any more photos, here’s a song I heard last weekend while listening to the Coffeehouse station on DirecTV one morning. It’s by The Script, and I like it.
Sorry about the commercial at the beginning.
Ok, I’d better go now. There’s a dog at my feet who won’t stop staring at me. For the love of Pete, George. Cut it out!!
Pete. George. Heaven’s to Betsy.
Until tomorrow, my friends . . .