I don’t have very much to say today. After watching the Nightly News, my heart is heavy with the thoughts of Japan in my mind.
My husband is playing catch with George in the living room. We’re convinced that his asking to go out at night is out of sheer boredom. And he does have my husband wrapped around his little paw (you must know this by now). So with this in mind, here are some glimpses of the past weekend.
The bouquet of tulips I took to my in-laws who have returned from wintering in Florida. We had lunch with them on Saturday and it was so good to see them again.
It was night when I took these images, so I used the Ott light.
The tulips are very cheerful.
I don’t mind if I do.
Looking at the shells they collected along the beach.
Our son playing the guitar.
He’s getting quite good.
On the Betsy Ross Bridge, heading home . . .
. . . to sit in the sunshine in the backyard among the birds.
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An update on the squirrel situation: Husband is winning. No squirrels on the feeders anymore. They gave up trying to traverse the wire. As I mentioned before, my husband has strung a wire that leads from the dogwood tree to the edge of the house. From this wire, he has hung all the feeders on ‘S’ hooks and taped them with electrical tape to keep them steady. The squirrels have been foiled and the feeders stay filled for the birds, leaving the little varmints to scavenge from the ground. My husband is quite happy about this.
Hope you have a wonderful week. Until tomorrow, then . . .