This was an interesting tidbit to read. I usually don't post articles, but this one is worth it, and I can't see that I'll be able to find it in … Continue Reading ››
We are expecting it to rain anytime, accoring to the radar it should be raining 😉 At any rate, it's after dusk and I was outside and noticed a few lights … Continue Reading ››
I was looking out the back door and noticed something moving in the Maple in the East part of the yard, directly ahead to the left a bit. I got out … Continue Reading ››
I've worked on my stylesheet and templates for comments ... and I've worked out all the problems. One fix I heard of was to make the .blog class in the stylesheet … Continue Reading ››
The sky today. See individual entry for a bigger version.
Our new kitty has a name now. St. Foster, or "Foster" for short. What does it mean? St. stand for "Stephen". Stephen Foster, composer from the 19th Century ... Southern songs.
My Eastern Bluebird babies have fledged their nest. Yesterday they were in there, evidenced by their Mama and Papa feeding them, and the noise of the babies whenever their parents … Continue Reading ››
It's hot out. Despite that, when checking for eggs, I nearly always go and pick around in the garden. From now on I need to be sure and have a … Continue Reading ››
We picked up our new kitty yesterday. It's a 7 week old brown, black, and tawny stiped male. He's so cute. Curtesy the Greenewald family of our church. Out of … Continue Reading ››
Our Patio Peach tree didn't make it. We planted it new this Spring, root shock did it in. We bought it at Pikes, who guarantee their plants. So we had … Continue Reading ››
Over the weekend the Hummers began coming to our feeders, visual sightings, that had been infrequent at best since migration this Spring, began to be more usual, with today being … Continue Reading ››
This past weekend Frank and I turned out another piece of ground for our garden, it's now in a sort of L shape. I have planted some green "bush" beans, … Continue Reading ››