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Friday, December 18, 2015

This & That

WOW ! We had sunshine yesterday for the first time in almost a week and did we ever enjoy it . The birds were singing Miggs and I played in the yard went for our daily walk and just enjoyed .


                            Miggs has such expression on her face and really knows how to have fun to lol !


                                She enjoyed the sunshine and warmer temps yesterday to !


                       Caught the tail end of a flock of Geese flying over the valley !

      Even though the clouds rolled through it was still nice to see the sun . I do love dramatic clouds .


 Mr Robin was busy collecting crab apple berries  , I cant believe their are still a few Robins hanging about !
   I was able to get my photo on finally as it was a nice day . Today it is cold with the odd pop of sun and big clouds that look  full of snow in them rolling by so we will have to see if we get any all though if we do it wont stay as the land is still warm , so warm some wild flowers are still in bloom .

                         The wild Asters in the field beside us are still in bloom , amazing !!


            As are my English Daisies , never have I seen out door flowers bloom  this time of year !
 The talk is , that by Christmas eve we will be warm and rainy  , I guess we will get snow in January at this rate , oh well it is what it is as they say .



                  The birds may be confused with the weather but certainly don't seem to mind it either !
     It will be a busy week for us here as Papa and I get things wrapped and prepared for some of the kids to come down over the holidays  still waiting to hear from others as to whether they will be coming or not but either way we will be prepared with extra food and goodies .
P.S I cant wait for Live Writer to be up and running again , so much easier to do  my posts and photos all from the same place all at once then this blog template lol !

                                                             Until next time .

12 comments:

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Beautiful photographs. It looks like our weather here...like spring! I've seen a little bit of growth from some garden plants. They are so confused with this mild weather!

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

It is kind of nice having the weather milder although without snow it's hard to get in the Christmas mood. :-)
There are quite a few Canada geese still making the trip down to the lake each morning and robins around too, they may be in for a mad scramble if we hit freezing temps.
Miggs is such a ham for your camera, life is good with a faithful companion by your side, isn't it?
I have daylilies starting to throw up shoots...
Merry Christmas!

William Kendall said...

Miggs looks pleased! The last birdie really stands out!

Gail said...

Wow, wow and more wows! These are great.

I love asters. Please tell me the exact name of your daises...I must find some.

eileeninmd said...

Pretty birds and I always enjoy seeing your cute Miggs!

Happy weekend to you!

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

The sun is out this morning, so lovely to see, and it certainly cheers everyone up. It's a colder weekend but temperatures are going back up at the beginning of the week with rain coming in. Looks like Rudolph might be needed for Christmas Eve.

Pamela Gordon said...

What a nice sunny day for you! Amazing to see the late blooms and the robins around. I heard a flock of geese honking in the valley the other day and I guess they are sticking around for the winter. I think they 'know' it will be a milder one. We have some sunshine, cloud and wind today and it's 2C. Not bad at all!

Anvilcloud said...

We had sun this morning, but it's squalling now. Not exactly a pretty and gentle snowfall. :)

Amy at love made my home said...

Happy Christmas! xx

Henny Penny said...

I would love to hug Miggs! Your bird pictures are really pretty. I have a flowering quince bush that is covered in buds. They usually bloom in early spring. Don't you think it probably thinks it's spring now?

Jen @ The Light Laughed said...

It's like a different world there from here...all is white, and very frozen. Have a wonderful Christmas!

Jen

Michelle said...

I always enjoy seeing Miggs!!!