The early morning smelled like rain and looked like rain, but we ended up dry, sunny, and hot after a promising forecast. See the Wren’s shadow?
There was a thirty-minute window of time in which I had to watch the birds tonight and they snubbed their noses at me.
Without bird follies, I walked around my dry earth to give praise to some hard core survivors.
A very pointy bug :o)
Wearing fresh lipstick this morning, I gave both Chloe and Bella a kiss between their eyes before I left for work. There are days when I want to change back into my PJs to snuggle and snore beside them when the skies are dark and cloudy.
My challenge today was to have them sit side by side for a photograph of my lipstick kiss between their eyes.
I gave up.
Before the shadows fell long beyond the feeders, I saw an odd bird. I could have taken a great close-up of it if dear Chloe had not sprinted nearby. It must have been a juvenile because it didn't mind me approaching. I never dreamed I would see a lifer today! I hope it stays for a while.