Here's whats been going on around here lately.
Our hole-y, lichen covered barn is pretty spectacular. There's a Northern Flicker that likes to hang out inside while it's rainy. I call him Harold. He's pretty tough to get a picture of. He's coming around. Last week instead of panicking and flying around the very top of the rafters, he was flying around just above the lights. I think I'm wearing him down. It is supposed to rain most of the week (What a shocker!) I'll have to try and sneak in and steal his soul.
Crows have been rolling walnuts off the barn roof to crack 'em open. They got one right in between the fire pit stones. There's a murder of around 60 hanging around the fields.
First thing I noticed when we moved in was the enormous, fully bloomed hydrangeas. Who know the leaves would change to such a pretty color. I'm slowly learning how to care for all the plants we have, let me tell ya, it's a daunting task.
Last one from the lady bug invasion. There's still a few lady bug stragglers hanging around. I found one on the ceiling yesterday morning and a few upstairs this weekend.
Things are busy as usual around here. Whenever it isn't raining the Scribs are running around trying to get as many outdoor projects done as possible. I have taken a ton of pictures that just need some of those pesky words to go along with them! Every time I sit down to write, upload pictures or get anything done thats when the kids wake up. Speaking of which….