Well, I don't have pictures of it but I worked for an hour in the gardens at the old house early this morning.
The plants are looking good!
The rosebush in Kathy and Troy's front yard is beautiful.
We had a tiny bit of sun this morning.
But the sun had disappeared by this afternoon.
This handsome boy was with the 13 horses that spent the winter in the big pasture I pass twice a day.
I think he is in a smaller lot because he needed to gain weight.
He came trotting to the fence when I stopped this morning.
He's just a doll, and I know he's getting extra food, I see him being fed.
He still has three companions in the big pasture... which is mostly weeds. They stand at the fence with him several times a day.
Jester does not chew on bones. However, today, he found some sticks, played with them on the deck, and then settled down to chew! I got them some Pupperoni sticks tonight for them both to chew.
On the way home, I saw two tom turkeys in beautiful condition.
And at least one of the baby hawks, watching me watching him!
Tomorrow, Keith has his luncheon with his co-workers, his
goodbye luncheon. Friday, he will end 10 years employment with the
State of Kansas, Dept. of Emergency Management.
His health dictates this, but he will miss his friends and co-workers.
I get to go with him to the lunch, and I'll try to get a few pictures.
I cut grass today here at home, and then tried to weed-eat for a while... and I have to admit to you, I'm POOPED!