Can't wait to tell you that the injection in my aching back is done...and done! It was scary, but then what doesn't scare me! The procedure really didn't take that long and thankfully, my pain is gone. I have to take it easy for a couple of days. But like Karen over at Wyndson Farm said, I am chomping at the bit! Ready to get going, in the garden, and mowing this weedy yard too!
|Mlle Cecile Brunner "Buttonhole Rose"|
Bickett enjoying the pond early this morning. The rose bush has simply gotten out of hand. I don't want to cut it back...the tiny pink roses are much too pretty and it will be in bloom soon. Need to find some way to lift it up higher over the little foot bridge and high enough over Poppy's head so there wont be a fuss every time he and Eli cross the bridge. Another project waiting on my list.
Loving the pond too, the duckies.
and down the path to Bun Bun's play pen...
Have you ever seen such a "Popeye" looking little house. Walking Bun Bun from his hutch up in the goat lot to his play pen down near the pond every morning, then bringing him back every night was work, and tiring. Before my back problem started I had set up this house inside the pen so Bun Bun would be safe from predators and could stay overnight.
Bun Bun's pen is sturdy and safe.
While we're at it, the baby chicks are growing.
We moved them to a safer pen. We have raised lots of baby chicks here, but have never raised a chick in the lot behind the chicken house. I really think there is big snake living under something, maybe even the chicken house, and now that the weather has warmed up, well snakes will be coming out. These tiny babies would hardly be a mouthful!
So going back up the path...I enjoy walking under the snowball bush...so glad it survived the cold!
and here comes Smokey to meet us.
Better get back inside. I'm supposed to be taking it easy. Thank you for visiting today. This is a good day!