july 4, 2018 - 2018-07-04
the triangle continues of courtney, boobear, & nyota - 2018-07-03
Cookie so cute telling, "Hello" to sparrows - 2018-07-01
lovebirb in love - 2018-06-30
wren with fluffffff - 2018-06-24
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A bibliography of my published books and stories.
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yellow-bellied sapsucker, redtail hawk, rhinestone owl
2010-11-14 - 10:11 a.m.
Nice day for yard birds -- I got a Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker while I was in back lifting
my weights, and later I got a low, slow fly-by of an adult Red-Tailed Hawk while I was checking the mail, as he
inspected my front yard for possible yummy, tasty parrots, tee hee. He parked himself
in a nearby pine.
Got my Satsuma Vodka decanted into fancy bottles. I mostly feel like people
hate getting Christmas gifts, and it's a nuisance and an obligation, unless
you're wealthy enough to exchange things like HDTVs or something, but I envy
the lucky recipients of my Satsuma vodka. Yes, I had to do some tasting to
make sure it was at the bottling stage. Tee hee again.
I have finally got around to posting my jewelry box pictures -- the owl box
is the one I just got for my birthday. It's from Kingsport Designs. The Asian
bluebirds or fancy thrushes at the nest...no idea. Now that I have two
small jewel boxes, it seems like I should have three, but since I don't, I just
added the bright 'n' shiny rhinestone hummingbird pin to the photo.
DH had to do a big job out of town when he first returned from vacation, but
now we're easing back into the stone-cutting. He cut a particularly spectacular
piece on Friday night that I'll have to figure out how to photograph. For now,
enjoy this mystery rock I found in the rockpile. I think it's dinosaur bone but it could be petrified wood. I feel like I see some cell structure.
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