I can smell the scent of the earth. And hear the spring peeps in the evening.
My husband tilled the garden on Saturday morning, which made the robins (and me) happy.
George was taken for a bath in the self-service stall at the pet wash where, for just over ten bucks, he can smell a hundred percent better and his coat will be soft and silky.
When we got home, he jumped out of the car and was so excited to be back to his peaceful domain that he promptly treed a squirrel.
And he kept him up there for over three hours.
I’m not kidding.
Here’s the little varmint. He fell asleep in the warmth of the sun.
Some of you asked what the metal stand thing was in one of my bird photos. This is our hillbilly yard where my husband has erected all sorts of enticing treats for the feathered friends that visit us here.
The picnic table is used to feed and water the birds. We never eat there. On the table, he’s added a branch because the birds like to perch on it before going down for their seed. The little stand is something we found in a basement in one of the homes we lived over the years. I have no idea of it’s original purpose.
But it’s very good at holding up one side of a branch.
And it makes an interesting backdrop.
I saw this ad on TV tonight while watching the news. My husband and I really liked it, so I found it to share with you.
Have a wonderful day, all ~
Thanks for stopping by my little corner here.