Notice the raindrops on the lens?
We have had 9 inches of rain in the last two days.
We are expecting more tonight and tomorrow.
Here is a better picture. The pond is WAYYY up at the Ag Hall.
Where you see the line of water lillies is where the pond bank has been.
The little pasture pond is also way up, but there was nary a cow or calf in sight.
Lilly has been making fence friends with a new neighborhood friend.
Yes, I let my fence grow up, I thought there would be chickens here.
No, I have not cut it, much to my neighbor's chagrin.
This looks like the dogs don't like each other, but their tails were
Knock on wood, I have still not been stung.
If I put the finch jelly out, the yellow jackets leave the hummingbird feeders alone,
but to tell you the truth, there are only about five hummers still eating here.
Migration has started.
Fall baseball has started, and games are on Sunday afternoons. Jax was mugging for me here. He is still the smallest on the team, so is Number 1 this season.
His team won their game Sunday, I think that was their first win.
They are wonderful boys, with wonderful coaches.
I had to do an errand this afternoon, and took the long way home. These horses live at the most beautiful place, a huge home and a huge barn that sit on a hill with a park-like pasture in front of them. It was fun to see them there, in the shade.
Keith has a procedure tomorrow at the hospital, I would like to ask
anyone reading this to say a little prayer for him, he is not
well tonight and we are hoping he feels better by tomorrow evening.