Just around 6 p.m. was supper time, and here they all came. They took a stroll after their lunch, across the field to the northeast, circling to the south, crossing the highway. We knew this because they all came back to the green grass of the lawn from the neighbor's field to the south of us, crossing the front lawn to the back. They certainly have ravenous appetites, it seems. Another hour later, and they still were grazing, just barely able to see them. I'm sure glad I didn't get any tender plants in yesterdays ground. They would have certainly had a picnic on strawberries and apple branches.
I sure wish I had been sitting on the deck tonight to get some decent pictures. Maybe another time. Anyway, something is not right with the camera again. Surely, it couldn't have had something to do with dropping it on it's head for the 5th time. All features but one, are of use.
Time for a new one, ya think?
I shudder to see the condition of our yard. You certainly can tell that Bill has not had the time, nor I, with my issues, to get some major yardwork done. Maybe tomorrow, if it doesn't rain again. I see the little darlings have my cherry trees nipped down. I would imagine, no cherries again, this year. And just when I thought it was high enough to remove the fence. My mistake.
Enjoy our deer, as we gallivant to distant places to pick up our toy. While in the vicinity, we will also gather hugs and kisses from a few of our distant GrandLoves again. We never, ever, tire of hugs and kisses from our wee ones.
I will also be checking on my daughter, who got kicked in the back and the back of her knee by one of the boarders in the horse corral. She says she is fine, but bruising looks like a rainbow. I have to see for myself. In the meantime, tuck her in your prayers. It's a 'mom' thing to worry.
Thank you so much for stopping and