Daisy wanted to pop in and say HEY.
She has had a tough time playing fetch this summer in the heat and we always play in the early morning or later afternoon.
Since it has cooled off some she wants to play all day long.
When she gets hot she goes and gets in her pool to cool off. If she needs a break she will go fetch her ball and then lay under a tree across the backyard. When she is ready to go again she comes running.
She is always cooperative for a picture even if she wants to play fetch at the time.
I love my Daisy girl.
I love to make stuff and since Pinterest came along I am one happy camper. I pin a lot of stuff that gives me inspiration.
Since it is fall already I made a new grapevine wreath for the front door then I decorated our small front porch.
Everything for this I already had. Including some old artificial daisy flowers that I took off the stem and then spray painted them in fall colors and they turned out amazing. That is what the close-up picture is for is to show you how they turned out.
That is not all I crafted this week but I will save some to show you next week.
Crafting and making stuff allows me to relax and destress plus it is good for the mind.
Life is good!
I was able to get a few more goat pictures but they were not being very cooperative. When the goats get let out of their pen they have one thing on their mind and that is eating.
Some of the goats I have shown you before and others are new to the blog.
The black goat that has the white spots name is Valentine she was just bred for the first time.
The white goat that has the black spots is named Boney she is older and has had babies a few times before but is a good milker. She too was just bred.
Clover is the brownest one with black and some white.
Buttercup is brown and white but has quite a bit of white. She is also the one standing by herself in the picture. I love the expression on her face it was like she was talking lol.
Clover and Buttercup will not be bred until the spring.
It appears that the goats were dancing in these pictures when all they were really doing was trying to reach the leaves on the cypress tree.
As you can tell these goats are well-fed thanks to buttercup showing off her pot belly.
At our daughter and son in laws house in the pond, there are quite a few bullfrogs.
Jeanelle had told me to try and get close enough to take a picture because they seem to be fairly friendly. I was using my 400mm lens and was able to get this shot.
I call it “Eye of the Frogs” because all you see are the eyes.
Nature is all around us just waiting to be photographed at the perfect moment.
Today is my dad’s birthday he would have been 78 – years old.
He passed away September 1, 2014 – 3 years ago from esophageal cancer right before he would have been 75.
I think the hardest part of my dad dying was that I replay our last conversations over and over in my head.
I have put the pieces together of EVERYTHING he was trying to tell me. My dad was trying to warn me what would happen when he was gone he was trying to prepare me for it. Nothing could ever prepare me for what has happened.
Happy Birthday, DAD, I love you and miss you.
Last weekend our daughter, her husband, and children went to pick up a registered miniature Hereford. Meet Scamper she is 19 months old.
She is halter broke, very friendly and has been getting to know her new surroundings. She and the goats seem to be okay with each other. Andrew has actually walked her a few times this is how gentle she is.
As a miniature, she will not get any taller just stockier. She will top out with a weight at 650# – 850#s.
I am looking forward to more photo sessions with Scamper.