Sunday, June 6th
On Sunday I came home from church & inspected our garden. Dr. M was taking pictures of the beds so he captured one of me. I look so excited, don't I?
Monday, June 7th
On Monday Dr. M saw this doe with her fawn. He took a number of pictures & the fawn remained just as busy with eating in each one. Reminded me of me!
Tuesday, June 8th
On Tuesday Dr. M captured a few shots of one of our fake finches. You may or may not be aware that finches have a special ability to eat while perched upside down. So their feeders are designed for that type of eating - & to discourage other birds. Well we have some intrepid birds who have adapted to this style of feeding – they dive down to get the seed, & then they right themselves to eat it. Very clever!
Wednesday, June 9th
Burros! We never get pictures of burros. Heh. I like the light in this picture.
Dr. M saw this landscaping truck in town. It's called Two Cows Mowing – but where's the 2nd cow?
Thursday, June 10th
Guess what time it is? Tax Time Pig Time! This week she was dressed as a brown bear. That just seems mean since it's been so hot.
Friday, June 11th
On Friday Dr. M took a picture of some eensy baby tomatoes on the topsy turvy tomato plant. Aren't they cute? Hopefully they'll grow into tasty cherry tomatoes!
Later in the evening I glanced at our satellite clock & saw that we had achieved equilibrium – the outside temp was the same as the inside temp. I don't know why, but this phenomenon fascinates me.
Saturday, June 12th
This morning it was pouring rain (which did not stop me from harvesting some cilantro for our breakfast omelet – well, it wasn't pouring when I did that). I like how the flag looks in the rain – although Dr. M is very particular about the flag & was fretting a bit. He decided that since it's nylon a little rain won't hurt it. For a lefty he as definite ideas on how it should be treated! Since I may not do a special post on Monday, I'll say Happy Flag day today!
I'll leave you with some random pictures Dr. M took this afternoon in our back yard.
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