With a title like the one above, one would possibly expect some sage and profound words to follow. Alas…I have none!
I was awakened this morning with a revolting stomach! Last night, as I fell asleep, my stomach was making sounds as though churning butter! This morning, it is quiet, having dispersed any annoying intruders! I don’t feel “sick” at all, but not exactly “chipper”, either…
Thus, I am spending time lying on my bed, as suggested by Michelle. I am following her advice, as I hold her in high esteem after she received her grades from her first semester at college yesterday. She achieved six A’s for a perfect 4.0 average. I am so happy for her but I knew she was a serious student!
Just before plopping back onto the bed, I decided to (finally) photograph a rather interesting phenomenon. Interesting to me, at least.
See the area where all the leaves are rustled about? That is where the deer spend their nights. It is only about a hundred feet from our house. I think it amazing they want to be so close to humans! I must admit, though, this is the side of the house the birdfeeder is mounted on, so perhaps that might be the draw.
While I was taking the photo above, a little squirrel scampered up a nearby tree, acorn firmly clenched in its mouth. While that in and of itself isn’t really photo-worthy, I was impressed that I actually caught the outer piece of the acorn as it was about to fall!
Oh, and the squirrel does *not* have a bad case of dandruff….it is snowing!