Are you wondering if you are ever going to hear from me again? Well, moving across country has turned out to be so much more than I remember from 14 years ago. And unpacking 432 boxes--well, let's just say it may take a year!
I thought you might enjoy a few photos as a little update. First, we got our bird feeders up, and as my husband says "It makes it feel more like home." We had one feeder come almost completely down the other day, and we knew it was something big that attacked the pole. We were told it was either a large raccoon or the black bear they have spotted in the area. We really don't think it was the bear but yes, there is one in the area. Eeek! No one told me I was moving to bear country. LOL! Anyway, after this photo was taken, we got two raccoon baffles for both bird feeders, and we haven't had an issue since. Yeah!
Thus far we have had cardinals, chickadees, titmice, humming birds, and goldfinches. I love my birds, and I can't wait to have time and sit and really enjoy watching them.
We have been to the Wild Bird Unlimited store here in town many times over the past week to get our set-ups just right. Well, the family that owns the store is so nice! They took us out back of the store the other day to show us the baby Carolina blue birds that have hatched in a birdhouse out by the woods. They are SO precious! One of my daughters tried to get a photo:
Aren't they precious? :)
Then I continue to work on my room little by little each day. It is taking a long time but my huge accomplishment was getting my paper rack up and my paper put away. Well, shortly after the rack was done, I heard this large "crash." I turned around to find this:
Next, here are a couple of photos from my morning walks. These were taken on 2 separate days and in 2 separate places on the road behind right me on the water. It is always so quiet and peaceful and a wonderful place to pray each morning with my precious Father!
Well, I hope to be sharing some creations soon. I am trying to work hard around here but gosh my body is so sore. Three weeks of unpacking takes it's toll on the 'ol body! Thanks for stopping by, and blessings to each of you!