The South African National Bird : The Blue Crane
Our day is planned and it is full steam ahead. Have to return some dog food this morning and get some soil to plant some seeds. Another visit to the farmstall. This time I'm taking the camera with. It has such a charm to it.
The rest of the day is going to be hubby attacking the garage filled with boxes. The boys and I will do some planting and hopefully some glass melting this afternoon. With Spring coming along some of you know how I can slow down on the glass, guess I can't this time around with my quiet period that I just had.
Bailey is growing at a fast rate of knots. He is too cute. He has adjusted well to this mad family and fits in. We just had a moment with his food which resulted in the purchase of some really expensive food (eeek) but it worked. Even the flatulence seems less. I suppose if I had to add up the cost of the natural remedy for flatulence plus the cheaper dog food it evens out in the end. The only other problem we had with this last bag is that it upset his tummy - the previous bag didn't. I contacted the people who developed it and have made arrangements to have it returned in case there is a hiccup with the batch. With this really expensive make we have less poops and less flatulence. Go figure!!
Wondering where all the animal pics are coming from. Josh's school had a trip to a little Zoo around here. Hence the cute Meerkat and beautiful bird pics. Sadly, I'm not keen on these really small zoos. It's hearbreaking but I suppose a necessary evil. Aren't we humans a destructive race. The worst was is the smell. It seemed to cling to me. I got home and changed immediately. Yuck!! Guess a shower would have been in order but I tackled watering the garden instead.
Have fun this Sunday whatever you have planned. Whether it be with family or time with just you. Enjoy every second of it!!