First, I need to make an announcement about my
You all know I broke the wrist on December 9, in a fall.
Not on ice... clumsy.
My brothers called me "Grace" while I was growing up.
Anyway.... tomorrow I go for my first therapy
assessment. I have had the cast off a week, but a brace on,
except for a bit four times a day. I sleep in it, it feels better
with support. I was stunned to know that the hand was very weak, and
the wrist even weaker, and I still have some swelling.
So, therapy next week and the following two, it appears.
All of this is by way of explanation for the lack of
posts and the lack of pictures. I can't hold the big camera up
for any length of time. That will come back with time.
Here are some pictures from the game camera. I have always enjoyed using a game
camera, whether in our pasture, or now, at the Ag.
These were taken two nights ago, and last night.
I had just had a conversation with the education director
yesterday, and told him I never saw deer, even when I came early or late.
Cracks me up, because I found this on the camera when I got
home that day. What I do is leave the camera there, and change
out cards. Then I reset the camera, moving it around from day to day.
I had seen their tracks, but had never actually seen one.
The beautiful fox came soon on her tail.
Then a raccoon.
A possum, running fast somewhere.
And then the fox again.
This was early this morning.
He checked out the woodchuck's holes very carefully,
and I could tell this morning that he had dug at those holes, there
was fresh earth outside. Maybe it's a vixen, looking for a den.
PLEASE DON'T PICK THERE.
This bunny is EVERYWHERE. I see it almost every night.
It's no longer afraid of the camera eye going off.
We have had clouds for days, I am thoroughly tired of them.
This juvenile eagle was at Wyandotte County Lake
yesterday. I could not get a good picture of him, but he
was dive-bombing the ducks bobbing on the choppy water.
This little flock of coots was rocking and rolling.
You know I love my geese.