And what a better day for the Yoders of Leavenworth County, since we have plenty of birds around here.
And small birds
In mid-afternoon, I made a visit to my son and his family, and found them doing this
Playing "Aggravation" on a cold winter's day. I interrupted the game, so Paiton ran to get something to show me that she got for Christmas, and Jim got up to show me his new DSLR camera.
Granddog Shiner was watching the game... and so was Granddog Jester, the Boston Terrier, but he had run off while we talked for a minute.
This little girl has become velcro'd to my feet lately. She went with her Daddy to see Dr Tom this morning, and we have been told in no uncertain terms that she MUST get nine pounds off, so the diet has begun. She is barking at me because she is hungry, so it's going to be as hard on me as it is on her. We have to do it so we won't lose her.
Her little sister Gertie came home with him from the vet's office... she is in the little blue box on the sideboard. We are going to keep her there until spring is here for sure, and then she'll be spread on the pasture and yard that she loved so much.
Tomorrow, let's talk seeds!