An Indigo Bunting came to the backyard this morning.
A Cecropia Moth was on the trunk of our neighbor's tree.
The Rose-breasted Grosbeaks come often to the feeders.
We planted five fig trees.
Fruit is already setting.
I spent telephone time with my children.
I opened cards and gifts.
I miss them.
We talked about fossils and rocks.
We talked about coming for a visit.
Soon we will share hugs and fossils.
Happy Mother's Day.
Happy 5 years of Q's Corner.
Happy Sunday Safari.
It is a busy day.
Get enough figs and you could make homemade fig newton :)
Congratulations on 5 years! Happy Mothers Day - the birds and moths are celebrating with you!
Your Indigo Bunting is such a beautiful, vivid colour Sherry.
I love the moth too, it looks so big!
How wonderful to have your own Figs, it must be lovely to be able to eat them as fresh as that.
Many congratulations on your 5 years :)
Wow, Sherry, congratulations on five years of pleasures that you have shared with us. I hope you continue to blog another five years and beyond... Hugs, Angie
Congrats on five years, so many fall by the wayside, you have done so well keeping your blog going.
I saw fig trees on Sunday at the garden centre....I thought of you.
They will work well in your garden I am sure. Picking your own figs will be such fun.
Lovely to see the moth, isn't it beautiful.
Glad you spent time talking to your children. It will be lovely for you to have them visit. I know you miss them. It must be difficult at times.
Enjoy the garden.......happy days.
Happy MD.My children live away too. It was nice to talk on the phone. Congrats on your 5th anniv.
Happy anniversary, and belated Happy Mother's Day. The moth is gorgeous.
Q - What kind of fig trees? Excuse my ignorance, but they are hardy in KC? I will watch your blog for updates!
Miss the indigo buntings. Lived in the St. Louis area (where we had LOTS) until marriage brought me to central Kansas 20 years ago (where we have occasional sitings).
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