Tuesday, February 06, 2007
I'm so glad spring is here in the South!
We met this lady walking her young one in the perambulator (link to find out what one is). That's always a sure sign of spring!
There were bunches of robins too but they wouldn't stay still long enough for us to get their pictures. I'm sure they didn't know how friendly Adi is or they would have stayed for us.
Texans plants trees on Arbor Day. In Houston Arbor Day is January 27. Karen did that in yuppie style (link).
So did our Houston Chronicle newspaper columnist, Leon Hale (link):
"Here in Washington County, we've haven't had more than two or three mornings this winter that were cold enough to make you want to kill a hog.
If I had a hog to kill here at Winedale, I wouldn't wait past the middle of February to do it. Because I have lost all my confidence that the weather will operate on a seasonal schedule the way it once did.
Remember how we used to have spring in the spring, summer in the summer, fall in the fall and winter in the winter? Now we have 90-degree days in December. Who knows what February might bring?"
It seems just like the start of winter a couple of months ago when all their leaves turned red (link to my write-up on that).
Remember those red berries on the holly tree in front of the pear tree in the picture before this one? What's left of them are on the ground now, waiting for the birds to eat them, as soon as Adi leaves.
This just in: The weed flowers have begun to bloom.
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I love Adi and make sure you tell her.
Take care xx
I am fine and thanks for being so concerned. I am just testing out my writing and didn't intend to alarm anyone. I wondered what you thought of it.
Take care xx
What say? Do you think the robins saw the video of Adi beating up that poor stuffed animal?
I just don't thing those birds wanted to take a chance to say howdy-how to that Adi!!
Can't really blame them!!...from Terry
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