Sometimes I can take a picture like this that says it all.
This calf I believe was born the day before yesterday.
It is a tiny calf so more than likely it was premature but it seems to be getting around good and being quite active.
My next week is very congested with doctor appointments and testing but I am a strong woman who will persevere and get through it all.
Instead of being frustrated over next week controlling my life I am grateful we have very good insurance to cover all the testing I am currently undergoing.
I will be seeing the oncologist for the 1st time since going off the Exemestane. This will be a long visit full of me explaining the side effects and giving explanations about MY decisions to do this.
I will be demanding more answers about the Prolia injections I have had over the last 1-1/2 yrs and what this drug has done to me and my body.
I will be wearing a Holter monitor to that visit from the new cardiologist. This is what I call multitasking.
I caught these two cows smelling each other’s breath. Actually, I think the one on the left was curious about what the one on the right was eating.
Sometimes it’s about capturing those moments you never see happen and using your imagination to decide what they were doing.
Cows have this really cute personality about them that some people never notice.
The blooms of the Texas Sage are high contrast to the dull sage-colored leaves of the plant.
I love it when this plant blooms and it blooms a few different times of the year.
The beauty of this rose is accented with a macro lens, dewdrops, and lighting.
I have posted this pic before but I re-edited and reduced the lighting and really like it a lot.
This hive of Yellowjackets was under our star jasmine.
Part of the Jasmine climbs a lattice fence and then part of it makes a walkway to our shed from the fence like an arbor of sorts.
Our daughter Jeanelle walked under it and then she was bitten a few times. This could have been very dangerous if they had all attacked.
Thank goodness the grandkids were not stung.
Jack was able to find the hive and take care of it.
Sometimes they build hives in places you never would think about so always check around you house and in your bushes very well.