Two weeks ago I got 4 guineas and was told to keep them locked up for 2-3 weeks so they won’t fly off or get lost. Yesterday one escaped and yet found her way back to the barn so today I decided it was time to let them out. Tonight I can find only three of them – maybe when it gets dark she’ll find her way back to the barn. I’ll get a picture tomorrow.
The puppies and I went for a walk around the yard – the climbing hydrangea is blooming!
Down below the puppies learned to dig in the dirt.
And then – exhausted again!
This guy showed up – don’t know where from but he becomes JB3 – he looks just like JB who followed Jack Benny in looks. I’m praying he loves his life in the barn and doesn’t come to the house.
One of my readers, Lora Jans, is looking for a home for her scraps – this is her email – firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not contact me if you’re interested – contact Lora and make arrangements with her.
Remember the needlework I showed you on my mantel that I found at the thrift store for $10? Here’s another treasure I’ve had for awhile – this sampler is dated 1964.
And the price you ask?
And a closeup of those pretty clouds over the barn!
The purple martins arrived this weekend – love their sounds!
It’s been a big mowing weekend – my garden is up but so wet I can’t hoe it – it’s not looking good for my poor peas which are getting lost in the weeds.
I’m off to Becky’s to sit on her deck and listen to Country Thunder, a country music festival in Forest City. Tonight’s singer is Trace Atkins.
Better take a cold beer with me. Smile.