I hung a “Let it snow” garden flag in my yard this winter because, well, it was cute.
I regret that decision. Why? I tempted the fates. See below:
OK, to be honest, I still love the flag. It’s really cute. I also love snow. It looks pretty as well.
I just don’t like driving in it. So wish me luck in driving to work tomorrow. Hope you all keep safe and warm as well.
This red-tailed hawk hung out at my parents’ house Christmas Day. At one point, it was sitting directly above the road on a power line. My dad had the bright idea of opening his truck’s sunroof so I could get a picture as we drove underneath the hawk. The hawk kind of seemed scandalized by the ordeal but it still remained nearby for the rest of the day.
I recently visited my grandma at the farm in Wynne. And anytime I visit, I have to walk to the pond to see what I can find. This trip’s golden find was a golden-crowned kinglet, which always reminds me of my late grandpa.
It was more of a sprinkle, but the fall colors were beautiful.
I was greeted by these lovely flowers today when I walked into my back patio area. It was a welcome sight – and a great way to start the week!
Our first winter storm blew into Arkansas early Thursday afternoon keeping me at home this past weekend. I’m not complaining — I enjoyed it. Outside ice-covered everything and we had few visitors except for cardinals, a finch, an American Robin and dozens of White-Throated Sparrows.