Saturday, May 12, 2012

It's All Good

Hi there!  Happy Saturday!  Just wanted to let you know -  no more Debbie Downer.  I really do try to keep this a happy place...a place of laughter, but sometimes life just gets to me and I have to put it out there.  I'm fine. Grace will be missed, but all is as good as can be expected and life moves on.  I do want to thank you all for your thoughts, prayers, emails, and support.  It means a great deal to me and gives me a warm fuzzy feeling when I need it most.

Over the past week, I think Mother Nature has been trying to help me out and cheer me up with all of her little visitors.  First we had our indignant bird last Friday...he really wasn't.  Here's a better picture...
I think his biggest concern was the cat pawing at the window trying to get to him.  I'm amaze the he hung around long enough for me to get the pictures. But I do love the "look" from the other picture.

Then there was the bunny.
He's just so cute.  I'm not some Dr. Doolittle that all the animals love, I just have a really great zoom lens on the camera. The kids across the street thought I'd finally gone off the deep end when they saw me laying in the grass trying to take this picture...then they saw the bunny and ran over to get a better look.  They ended up looking at my pictures because those stampeding feet sent the bunny on his way.

But those same boys helped me out with tomorrow's picture....just a little something for mother's day.  I had lost track of my target when I went in to get the camera and they kept an eye on it for me...I guess you'll just have to check in tomorrow to see what it is. Hope you are all enjoying your weekend! We're off to the farmer's market...Yea!!!


  1. I am so glad your world is a better Melissa.
    Hope you had a great time at the farmer's market.
    Happy mohter's day!

  2. Mother Nature's way of healing is the best.

    Hope you had a lovely day the market.

    Happy Mother's Day!

  3. Happy Mother's Day! Love the bunny--they're my favorite. And the bird photo is classic. I think you may be headed for National Geographic... (I used to wonder, when I was a kid, how those photographers got so close to tigers without getting killed. Never knew about the zoom lens.)