Monday, October 20, 2014

Sharing a gift

On a Monday, who couldn't use a little something extra to brighten the day? In exchange for feeding the birds, they planted some gifts for me and I'm going to share them with you.


These were taking a couple weeks ago and I think there are even more out there now. 



Friday, October 17, 2014

TGIF

This week sure did fly by fast. I guess it helped not working on Monday. I sure can't wait for my work day to end today though so I can start my weekend. I haven't yet decided if I'll be lazy first and then take a nap or maybe I should nap first so I'm well rested when I'm ready to be lazy. Decisions, decisions.

Well even though it's really starting to look like fall around here with all the leaves changing I'm going to show you something that's a little bit more summery.
A couple months ago I bought this plant when it was marked down to $7.00



I believe it was called a fire and ice hydrangea. The flowers supposedly change from white to red.

Now we all know that I am horrible with plants and their survival rate are not very high once they are under my care but I couldn't resist this one with it's pretty flowers.

I believe I"m going to take the weekend off. Hopefully I'll get caught up on some things around here. I'll be back on Monday

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Remembering Duke

If you look on my sidebar today you'll notice something new. It's the Our Rainbow Friends Memory Badge. 
That will take you to the Our Rainbow Friends site where you can see all fur babies who have crossed the rainbow bridge. Duke was added there yesterday for the month of September. 

Before Duke left us he did get to see the work in the back yard and gave his paw of approval on the patio section that we put in.




Here's a sweet little Duke face a rough pastels effect added in photoshop elements


Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Homeward Bound

This homeward bound man had no idea I was taking his picture.



and then it made me think of this Simon and Garfunkel song


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