There seems always to be a price tag for peaceful Country Living. Recently, this feller’ has been making himself quite unwelcome though. Between finding muddy paw prints on the patio screen, getting into the trash can, unearthing my newly planted garden and perennials, not to mention skinny dipping in the pond, one of us will be leaving soon. The other morning about 6 a.m. he was busy chasing frogs and washing himself up after the frenzy.
I enjoy life in the country but recently the wildlife (Blue Racer snakes and Raccoons) have made life a little uneasy for this hijacked city gal.
I have been enjoying our wonderful cool early mornings on the deck with my coffee and attempting to catch an occasional picture. Capturing moments of birds and butterflies is certainly not an easy thing to do, but it has been satisfying my quiet time needs.
I am still having difficulties with focusing of shots with the 300mm lens. I am always amazed at the wonderful photography skills of other bloggers…so I shall continue to practice, as time allows, and be content with the moments of quiet and solitude.
Saturday, Kim and Richard, came and helped Bob and I with power washing the deck and the house siding. What a wonderful help that is. I had almost forgotten what can be accomplished by three people rather than one, not to mention two of the three being 20 years younger. We are so thankful for their help, and besides, it gave Bob a chance to hone his supervisory skills.
Yesterday, was a well deserved day of rest and much too hot for anything but hit the pool. We drove about 75 miles to Petra’s (Bob’s second daughter) birthday gathering. How is it that we are all celebrating our 29th Birthday’s this year?.
Thanks for checking in with us….life is busy but good.