He had been sick for quite awhile just like Audrey says; they are probably in their early to mid 60s, I used to know but can't remember now. Younger than I am, I do know that. But then most everybody is younger than we are, right, Audrey?
Hope you all are well and warm. For the first time in years we have had a real winter, much more real than I could have ever wanted. This is from this morning, looking out my back windows.
Gorgeous photos Sharon. Since moving to the city watching the birds and critters is one of the things I miss the most. Aren't allowed to feed them here either.
Thinking of our Brenda this morning and holding her close in my heart.....
There isn't a lot to do when there's ice and snow covering everything, but it's pretty easy to zoom and click through my glass door. I even cleaned the glass so the camera could see through it. That's about the most strenuous thing I've done. Ugh. Cabin fever for sure!
More this morning, they're fun to share, thanks.
Name: Jaye or Sistah North Carolina, temporarily. Lord Jesus, He's all I need.
No birds been brave enough to come around this winter!! Last time I saw a squirrel was in Louisiana! I do have possums and raccoons visiting the cats community bowl. By the time I grabbed the camera, they had scurried away.
Pretty surprise that they didn't bother the cats.
Thanks for sharing Sharon.