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    Spreading Their Wings

    The baby birds went directly from cute little fuzzy creatures to their dorky stage.  You know, kind of like teenagers. Sorry.  I couldn’t resist. And besides, you know I’m kidding……..sort of. There are actually five babies in the basket, but the momma bird was freaking out so this was the best angle I could get. These two were the last ones.  I wasn’t home when the others started spreading their wings. Believe it or not, I actually have to leave our little country paradise and go to my real job. As I’ve said before, I would never go to town, if it wasn’t for work, toilet paper, beer, and….well, I guess that’s it. …

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    For The Birds

    Once upon a time, Wranglers planted this beautiful flower basket for me. And then, one day, someone else thought it was beautiful, too. Here’s what happened next. Pretty cute, eh? All five eggs hatched, and both the momma and daddy have run  flown themselves crazy keeping them fed. They’ve also spent countless hours “dive-bombing” the dogs.  It’s hilarious to watch, and I’ve tried and tried to snap a photo, but they are just too darn fast me. Up next….Spreading Their Wings.

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    Ten Things. Or Maybe Twelve…Or Thirteen.

    Here’s the deal. My poor little blonde brain is fried. And this is what goes through a fried brain. 1. I can’t find my car keys.  I borrowed Wrangler’s set, but…eventually he is gonna want them back.     The truth is….he doesn’t know that I lost mine, OR, that I borrowed his. 2. I haven’t even looked for the lost keys. I’m afraid to empty my purse. 3. It’s wheat harvest in our community, and I don’t know if I’m coming…or going. 4. My pants keep getting tighter…this really confuses me. 5. Wranglers says a lot of things confuse me. 6. I wore my hair in a ponytail and baseball cap everyday this week.  I hope what they…

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    My Little Shabby Chic Garden Spot

    A few years ago, Wranglers built this garden bench for me for Mother’s Day. I love it, and wouldn’t trade it for anything.  Each year, I anticipate spring and summer, so I can decorate it up with flowers. I love the old metal containers…a water cooler, a pail, a pressure cooker, and a watering can. The best part….I found all of these out in the barn!  Pretty cool, eh? That’s all for now, folks.  Have a groovy day!  Linking up with Tator Tots And Jello