Another week has slipped right by. Spring is in residence most of the time, although old man winter rousts her out now and then for a light frost or some nippy weather. But flowers are blooming and birds are nesting and the peacocks are screaming, so it must really be spring!
I saw the first iris blooming in the flowerbed around a big oak tree in our front yard. . .
And the Solomon Seal is starting to put out little dainty bells of bloom . . .
The Farmer saw some of the pond denizens out enjoying the warmer weather . . .
The frogs are also hopping all over the place. I guess they’re just hoppy!
Another day I saw a bunch of the chickens congregating in the evening. I’m not sure if it was a chicken conversation or a conversation of chickens.
It’s not exactly a hen party, because too many roosters are attending this event.
They’re not the only ones who hand out together. Here’s a line-up of the happy hoofers. . .
And now I must get back to work. I am determined to finish up this book project!