The last day of summer, and in this sad year, I am not
sorry to see the seasons change.
So many lives lost. So many homes and properties lost.
It's been a brutal year.
We still have beauty around us, though.
I honestly thought he was dying.
He was actually looking at a dead finch on the deck floor, I believe it was a bird strike.
I would show you a finch close-up, but I erased IT, too, and it was a bird that let me get a foot from it.
For some reason, with New Blogger, I cannot access pictures on my phone that are from the last few days, so, alas, there are no sheep pictures. I'm not sure how long my friends will be here, despite the little rain we got, the pasture is pretty worn out.
I suspect they will be moving home soon.
A Coopers Hawk has been hunting here for the better part of three weeks.
It has taken two of my chickens, and literally, in front of my eyes, two birds
off the railing where I feed.
I know it is around when I don't see a chicken in sight.
What would today, the 21st of September be, without THIS,
one of my all time favorite songs?
(Click on it!)
Stay safe out there!