Friday, February 26, 2021

"Hello" if you are still there...

 We are still in the grips of 'ol man winter.

And I am so done with it.

But I do have some photos to share of our Life at Fox Grove.

We've had to make paths
just to get around here.


And even though it is spring in my kitchen

(Thank God for tulips)

we have a long way to go yet.
First off, meet our new grand pup, Bentley.
My son and his family adopted him just after Christmas and he is a going concern. lol
He was out to meet us last week when our lockdown was finally lifted.
Golden Retriever, Bentley
with our youngest granddaughter.

Of course our cats aren't impressed.

                                                             "Get that thing out of here"

Poor Wilson.

My violets know it's a good time to bloom and lift us out of this winter fog.
And here's Cora looking better :-)

                                                                                "Hi folks"

I hope you had a nice Valentine weekend and were able to spend it with a loved friend or family member.

I showed a bit of love for our birds, too.

And our bunny, Peter, too.

Oh, I can't forget this group of redpolls.
We have had hundreds of them this winter.

Cora loves to bird-watch from our breezeway. She is holding on to her favorite toy, a 1cent Christmas bow. So much for the $300 worth of cat toys lying around. Do you like the wide window sills the retired-guy made for them?
And look at these three chickadees all set for our winter weather. Aren't they the cutest?
They flew in all the way from North Carolina at Christmas. :-)
Thank you to my friend from Henny Penny Lane for this adorable gift.
Do you know Henny? Please drop over and see what goes on at her little farm. You will love her and all her sweet animals.

And a cute little cat creamer came along, too.
You are so thoughtful, Henny.

Time for tea.

Well, that's it for today.
It's so easy to lose your blogging mojo when all it does is snow and you are under a lockdown.
But, Spring is around the corner so they say.
You just have to stand on top of a snowbank and look.

Take care and be kind,