Some days there is simply not a minute to spend at the computer. Yesterday was such a day. I enjoy and appreciate your comments so much and wanted to reply to each one! It's like a little visit with you.
It was looking a lot like fall as I backed the car out of the driveway on Wednesday.
Also looking raggedy around the yard with leaves falling and pots of dead flowers sitting around, and with the old hoot owl missing from the apple tree stump on the left. Poppy borrowed the owl to sit on a stump near his hunting spot, supposedly to keep the squirrels and crows away from his corn feeder.
The teeny tiny garden and greenhouse are pretty much cleaned and ready for a long winter's nap.
At the very top of my "to do" list...move that cherry tree, fig tree, and blueberry from inside the garden. Look how big these have grown, still in their pots, with their roots deep into the ground. Work that I created for myself! Three big holes need be dug, now!
There is a new pet in the neighborhood creating quite a stir. Neighbors from about a mile down the dirt path, Robert and Kristine, have adopted this sweetest white pony and named her Josey. These are the same neighbors with the wandering pig who used to come visit. You may remember my post about the visiting pig.
Here she is. Once this miss piggy began traveling and visiting the neighbors a little too much, Robert fenced her in. Talk about stirring things up in the neighborhood! We don't see much of her anymore. She was cute. Made everybody laugh.
Look who is out of her cage and playing with BunBun. It's Punkin!
I've never seen such running and jumping and kicking up their heels!
I do love BunBun's big feet.
His other half is mighty cute too.
One last thing...Shae wants you to know that she is feeling better.
Shae being sick has caused me to learn a bit about goats...like, a good quality hay should be a goat's main diet, with the pellets being more of a treat. I thought the opposite was true.
So Poppy is back at work today. I should end this and get to my work. The day is flying. Thank you dear friends.