|Terry answered the hammock's call|
The critters seem to enjoy the month as much as I do. Last week I was looking out the window towards two of our older apple trees and suddenly saw their tops shaking violently. I glanced at the other trees to see if it was windy at the moment but all was still. So I stood up to see two very large elk making the apple trees their morning snack!
And this morning as I pulled back the drapes I saw a pair of rabbits and a yearling doe enjoying themselves. The rabbits would play attack each other - boy they can hop high! - and the young deer was watching them in wonder.
|The fog is rolling in so the pic is a bit darker, but the yearling is checking out the 'winning' bunny|
Lastly, here is the progress I've made on September ~ Carnations.
Yes, I know, it is not as much as I had hoped to have done by this time. But I'm not being too rough on myself since I'm still trying to recover my 'plateau' of health after the surgery in February.
I have never mentioned it but I have been ill with ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia for more than 30 years and if I go outside of the 'envelope' these immune system illnesses grant me, I fall down the rabbit hole (speaking of rabbits, lol) and it takes a lot of not pushing the envelope to get back to where I can focus and function again.
Since Terry is pulling most of the weight of chores both inside and out I'll hopefully, be back to making some hay with my stitching before too long.
Hoping it is a beautiful June wherever you are!