Thursday, July 26, 2018

Moving Along

Still fighting health issues, sorry I am missing you. These are fun file photos you have never seen, I always shoot too many to show all.
Green Heron

Yellow-headed Blackbird

I look at this home and think how many wonderful memories it contains. At one time someone  or other made it a point to decorate, repair and raise families here. Now it sits alone, only with it's prairie charm still aglow in the hearts of many. I would have loved to have entered it in it's most regal state and admired the fun and pleasure of many who lived here. Now it sits as a monument of families gone by, along a narrow coutry lane.
Look at all those caterpillars!
Milkweed whispering secrets to a morning glory.

Can a morning start any better?

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Sunday Stroll: Endless Horizions

Eastern Goldfinch
As I share with you my day
I want to share that I love you
For who you are
And what you mean to me
Out on the prairie.

Even with a few imperfections, nature shares some of the most unusual beauty and spirit with me. I am at one with my surroundings and thrive best when out in the fields and forests that surround me. I hope you have had a wonderful day and it continues on through your week. Peace, love and happiness to all who I know and have met.

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

End Of A Beautiful Day

As that sun slowly sets
It creates the most beautiful world
For all to enjoy and remember.

Monday, July 9, 2018

Sunday Stroll: Raining Forever

More rain to come this afternoon

This is the output from a dam. They are letting out the maximum and it really rumbles loud.
Make me

Baby Blackbirds
 Rumor has it they call this the sun!LOL
If you don't see me a lot it may be from weather related problems, dissolving  my computers. I also have been stumbling with heart stuff again and was told to take it easy. I am using a few libraries when I can get there, but not secure sites always. I still will try to read you no matter what. I have a few posts on file also. I hope to share many more dreams while out on the prairie.