First, thanks for all your prayers and good wishes about
Lilly Ann. She will be 10 this July, and we have had her since a
small puppy. She was feral, she, her mom and her sister
were all captured and brought to the Leavenworth Animal Shelter,
from where we adopted her.
We can tell her eye hurts, she has been rubbing it. We are
putting drops in twice a day. I did not take pictures, but
we walked today, and enjoyed it, though she rested as soon
as we got home.
No limping, just slow walking.
So, Thursday, Friend Jill and I had lunch, and
took our cameras to take pictures. (She was off work).
We tried one big park, but could not really find anything to
focus on, so decided to hop on the highway and go
back to the park where I have been going.
I played around a lot, and we saw the
eagle in the distance, but he stayed in the distance.
I have been trying to get pictures of kildeer, this is as close as I could get!
I'll try again next week.
Since it's mating season, there is still a lot of shrieking going on.
Out of about 100 pictures taken, I kept about ten.
I am learning, though... I am learning what lighting to use and what not to use, so this is helpful.
I got a few good ones.
Yesterday morning, I went as I dropped Lilly off, to see how the light was.
Yes, the gulls were present. I went on home after 20 minutes or so.
Since we moved here two years ago, I have had no curtains. I do not like just
blinds on the windows, especially when they are the old white wide blinds. (Saving for shades).
I am a dufus, too, when it comes to hanging rods.
So, my sister in law came over yesterday and I would say helped me, but
she did most of the work, and was very painstaking.
I don't know if the tropical curtains will always be there BUT...
I am so glad to see them.
Thank you, Mary Beth.
This morning in the sun:
Guess where I went today?
I do not talk politics on this blog, ever. I don't think it has a place.
However...I think it's important that we are aware of our responsibilities as
Yes, I voted in the Republican Caucus, and not for the Donald, I will go so far as to say that.
It was thrilling to see the process at work, and I am thankful to all the volunteers who handled the crowds today. From seeing the news, Leavenworth was not the only place that had good crowds.
Way to go, fellow Americans!
We need rain.
The little pond on the way to church this afternoon... mass starts at 4.
The Archbishop surprised us with a visit.
So glad I was in jeans.
Everyone have a safe Saturday night, and wonderful Sunday.