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It is another beautiful day, here. I am posting from my handy iPod, so can’t write much, but here are some photos:
Maddie is doing great. I am looking forward to her litter arriving at the end of June.
Tori is always a blast. Full of fun.
And, of course my Midge. I miss her not being in the house with me. But, she likes the barn better right now. Really, she wants to be out there–there is a lot of activity and things to watch such as currently baby birds and pigeons everywhere!
And L Bird’s daddy, Luke, being intoxicated by the scent of stinky Pigeons torturing him from high atop the barn roof.
He’s so pretty.
Love his points.
I could watch him on point all day long…
Is it September, yet?
Are you ready?
And L. Bird’s brother, Boone.
What a litter that was (Shay x Luke produced Maddie, L-Bird, Boone, Count, and Blue. Blue is owned by Chuck Web, Latrobe, PA. And Count is technically my son, Graham’s dog. But I am lucky that Count lives here with me!)
Really love Boone.
Is it September yet?
And, I got a shot of this shrub in the yard starting to bloom.
It seems I haven’t retained the knowledge of plants, shrubs, and trees.
So, I have no idea what that particular shrub is.
I don’t know what that one is either!
It has almost completely been erased from my brain.
I used to know that quite well.
I used to do some landscape design.
And did the Master Gardener thing.
But that seems like a very long time ago, now.
And I’ve lost what I used to have.
If you don’t use it, you lose it, right?
I better go use the air mattress right now
to rest my very weary brain and aging body
so I can use it and abuse it again tomorrow!
Hug your Llewellin.
Because you can.
And because everyone needs a hug.
It makes most thing better.