These are the days of autumn. Forecasters in our area say that the leaf color this year will be somewhat lackluster.
We turn the heat on at night and the AC on during the day – crazy. Me, I’m holding on to the warm weather as long as I can and dancing in the gardens with the last of the flowers. The light that sparkles off the morning dew and streams through the ornamental grasses makes my garden feel like my own private cathedral.
I think if I start an all girl band, that’s what I’m gonna name the group.
A state of emergency was declared by the governor of Virginia yesterday.
It has been my policy to keep politics and religion off my blog. I choose to make my posts pleasant, and positive. While there are times that I share personal difficulties and unpleasant life events here it is because I don’t want to present a false impression that my life and home are picture perfect, they are not. Still, I prefer to keep this a place for you all to come and read about good things, see pretty pictures and join in positive conversations. Today, I stray off topic a bit.
Our Lucky is growing. He is now practicing flying in the house.
Soon we will have to make a difficult decision about his future. What a wonderful thing it has been including him in our furry and feathered family.
Today I’m heading out to face one of my fears.
It is just something I have to do.
Sometimes I get scared.
If it is possible for a chicken to squeal with delight, Dottie did just that.
Baby Pepper proclaimed “I’ve got sisters!”
Thank you for your kind response to the post last week, about the crappy week I had.
Our little dog Peanut is doing pretty good except she had a really bad seizure about 4 am the other night. It scared me and left me feeling pretty helpless. Afterward, she went right back to sleep as though nothing had happened. I, however, was up for the rest of the night after that. Continue reading