As Summer Races Toward Fall

Summer hastens to end with its scorching days and balmy nights. Just when we think everything is dead, life pops up in a race of its own.

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This is one of the last photos I took before I left my house in South Carolina. Enjoy.

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Spring Snow, Birds Galore

Who says the old ground hog can’t be wrong or half right? This transition into spring has been a strange one. At least it isn’t officially Spring until March 21. All the strange weather fronts have brought a multitude of  birds to my yard and feeders. I can’t go out the front door without being screeched at, dived at or otherwise harassed by my avian friends. I wouldn’t have it any other. I only hate that in two weeks I have to cut my three Leland Cypress trees in front of my house. I have several nests in the trees.

I’m putting my house on the market in preparation to moving back to Mississippi. All the hustle and bustle should make me happy, but part of me is sad to leave my home of 11 years. I think the move will be good and bring new possibilities, like seeing old friends and  my grandkids more often.

I hope that my Blog followers stay with me in the move because I’d hate to lose you also.

Evelyn

Blog Spot Interview

Looking for Lunch

Looking for Lunch

 

For those interested in my writing, I’m being interviewed today on the following site. Everyone is welcome to stop by and say Hi or leave a comment.

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I’m celebrating Tiponi-Child of Hope’s finalist  status in the Winter Rose Contest.