What a treat to view this kind of critter wonderland out our window sitting on our couch and recliner on Sunday afternoon.
Earlier on this Sunday we enjoyed our Children’s Musical and Play, It All Happened in the Country, for our church service. The presentation was so well done and so much fun with the meaning of Christmas presented so well. My photos aren’t the best but they will help me remember.
We sat in the front row with our two little grands to enjoy the presentation.
It was a good day all around with God’s goodness showering down on us.
This past week we’ve enjoyed seeing these visitors in the early morning hours. It’s always fun to see fawns. We’ve also had to dodge Turkeys crossing the roads with their poults (baby turkeys).
Because of the heat we’ve been doing our outdoor chores bright and early in the coolest part of the day. We have one more day creeping up to 100 or more degrees and then we’ll cool down to some 80’s and 90’s.
Welcome to August which already has many days filled in on our calendar with local events. What are you looking forward to in August?
These baby Swallows were around for a few days learning to fly. They stayed relatively safe hanging on to our soccer goal.
A buck came to visit.
The deer that come into our yard have their favorite plants. The Variegated Willow is one of them.
We are headed back to double digits instead of being over 100 degrees which is a relief. We’ll be in the 90’s for several days.
We don’t have big plans for the 4th this year besides going to church. My sister and hubby are stopping for an overnight on Monday the 5th after some time in Idaho. It will be nice to see them. The mayor of Colville has made the decision to not allow fireworks in the city this year. Because our Spring was dryer than usual and we’ve been in an extreme heat wave there is a danger that any little spark could start a wildfire.