journal of the view of the birds & wildlife from my home in the woods,folk art,spinning fiber, photography, parrots, dogs, cats, rabbits, God, everyday life in PA.
Phyllis,Your goats are beautiful. I love the face of the one that recovered.I'm glad 'your' robin comes back every year.I can't remember if I told you that I raised a robin, and released it when it was old enough(actually, he did not want to leave-but finally did). Oh, how I loved him!I cried for a long time over him. I've got lots of pictures. We know he came back two years, because he went to his stomping grounds. I've been watching our tufted titmice-I just love their little black eyes, and their call.You take great pictures!Love, Debra
I just love the picture of the goat in the road!!!! that sure did lift my spirits.
Debra,I understand how you got attached to your robin.I`m sure he watches you every year when he comes,you probably still have him somewhere there as I truely believe they come to the same place every year.Our titmice have been regular visitors lately too to the feeder,called to each other,I love their call.Becky,have hope your goat will recover.I allow Ringo to be loose in the yard as long as I`m there .It`s too much of a hassle to lasso him to tie him when he doesn`t go anywhere if the others are tied.He has always been my pain in the butt....I still love him tho...phylliso
The goat in the road is Ringo...phylliso
Post a Comment