I have spent the past two days running to our bigger town, because certain things must be done. To avoid anymore confusion than I create as I type on, I am typing this post one day before you will see it, so by the time you read this, I will have had a lazy day following the busier days. That happens – that need to do nothing after a period of busy-ness. The call to be nonproductive wins sometimes. Maybe I’ll get dressed today. Maybe I won’t.
The Artistic One did get some photos of the Blood Moon the other night, which she generously shared with me and which I will generously share with you.
Spring has been busy blooming here and there is much activity in my yard. The tree outside my window is flowering
and the birds gather their breakfasts as I have my morning coffee.
I wanted to capture a picture of this little sparrow with his head up so you could clearly see his brown eye
but he wasn’t very cooperative.
Birds can be like that, you know? Just like many things in this world, they can refuse to follow my plan. But I was persistent, and patient (sort of), and eventually I caught him. Or her? Not sure how to tell with this sparrow.
The swallows and bluebirds have been house hunting. They’ve also been having debates about who should get which house. Their debates are often not friendly, I must say. On this day, the bluebirds laid claim to this house, but today the swallows were there. I think it’s a “wait and see” game. Maybe they’ll take turns.
Easter approaches. We will be having a neighborhood potluck Easter dinner at the home of the Gracious One and her husband. It will be a day of joy, spending time with friends. As most days are, it will be a day of enough.
I hope your Easter, your weekend, your days will be times of enough also. I hope that you will be where you wish to be on this holyday and that you will laugh and love and feel satisfied with your lives.