While giving the cats their treats this morning I looked out the window next to their respective bowls and saw this critter:
Of course the closer I got to this guy the further in he drew his head.
In other nature news, one of our magnolia trees is working overtime.
I have to confess that until I had a magnolia I had no idea what they looked like. The blossoms are super-sized, and the leaves look like they’ve been sprayed with Pledge. And they make a terrific mess on the forest floor. The flower on the left appears to be ready to blossom at any moment.
Studly Doright has begun working on the beautification of our front entryway. We have quite a bit of work to do and no clear idea of how we want to decorate this area. I’m not a gardener, so I’m not entertaining thoughts of planting anything, except maybe a few container plants. Suggestions are welcome.
Every now and then I pinch myself. How did I manage to end up in such a lush paradise with a lake in my backyard? There are more trees in my neighborhood than within the city limits of my beloved hometown in the dusty Texas panhandle.
I hope you’re where you want to be this morning.