For those of you craving color--
this is the Cassia, still blooming!
I ventured out to view the flooded back 1/4 of our property to see this mound
because it is the sandhill crane on her nest!
I can't wait for babies!
The new 'lake' recedes a few inches and then we get another rainstorm with several inches
and it is back fuller than it was a few days before the rain!
I am afraid this is the new landscape for us!
My Live Oak Avenue is high and dry, though, and is a visual pleasure to pass under its boughs.
The boys followed me as I drove the golf cart --they threw/rolled (ground balls only were allowed!)
a softball at the golf cart and saw how close they could get to me;
if it rolled under as I drove along,
they scored the most points!
They sure do have imaginations!
They ran for half an hour like this!
We watched the Space Station go past last night, you can just see it between the top of the two pines!
One leftover sock yarn newborn hat was also completed yesterday!