From my own back yard to the house down the street, the cottage up north and England, here are a few things on my mind of late!
The bird watching continues! And still -- no baby cheeps coming. Maybe they're quiet -- I don't think they have fledged, but who knows?
I love it when the two hang together!
All day long, they fly in...
And, in the front yard, Neighbor Matt said farewell. The house has offers -- all they have to do is clear. Could new neighbors be any better?
Down at Rick's, our not-quite-so-little ones popped in.
There were plenty of smiles as they enjoyed some sugar eggs from Rick's mom.
And elsewhere in the neighborhood, an unusual skunk is making the rounds.
He's become a bit of a star on our neighborhood Facebook page. So far he hasn't hit our street, and I'm OK with that!
Up north, a few photos culled from Facebook of the damage from the tornado near the cottage.
This is the Panera.
At Culvers, an overturned car. The Hobby Lobby roof blew off and the store attached to it was leveled (in the background).
I'm not sure what this was, but it isn't anymore.
I've been laying so low at home, I've been taking some armchair travels. If I could be anywhere in the world at the beginning of June, I would be in London!
The good news is that I am finally off the PICC line and antibiotics and I hope much better! Rick and I took a picnic over Memorial Day weekend to an area park. After, we planted flowers at my parents' cemetery.
My friend Carol and I had tea to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. (More on this soon!)
It's hard to believe this remarkable woman has been on the throne for 70 years.
May she reign a few more.