Happy Independence Day to my USofA Friends. Canada Day on Friday was a mixed bag of weather, nothing horrible, but nothing fantastic. Too windy for fireworks.
What is new from the patio. Another fairly quiet front on learning or doing anything new.
|A beautiful afternoon on the patio|
On Saturday Mr Man & I attended a family gathering of my foster Mom; her eldest daughter was home, (she currently lives just outside of Atlanta, Georgia). No photos to share but fun was had by all. I had a 4 year old madam instruct me on how to properly wash my hands after using the bathroom (an inspection followed) & I spent time with a 7 year old discussing dragons & what is good about them. I can honestly say I learnt many new things from both these little ladies. Oh by the way, blue dragons are the best.
With corn being grown as the crop in the field behind us, this weekend saw the new season start checks by police airplane & helicopter. They fly fairly low over corn fields looking for anyone growing marijuana amongst the corn plants. On a Sunday afternoon it is quite annoying however necessary.
|Corn growing like a weed|
One of our residence chipmunks, Vincent (VVG to his friends) showed up Sunday with a new wound; his ear is split in two. A few moments afterwards, Clipper showed up with part of his tail missing. I think it is seed wars.
|Vincent into the seed|
Monday, a new beginning, a new perspective, let's make today count. Hoping everyone enjoys a wonderful week & I definitely have things on the To Do List for some new things.