“Half baked, with no added salt.”
Tell me they eat roaches and feast on mosquitoes for dessert!
Surely they were almost extinct for a reason?!
If you’re familiar with the song – there are only 170 days left ’til Christmas, but I’m getting ahead of myself.
The ships I saw were of the feathered variety. The Swallow-tailed Kites are back for their summer breeding season. I wrote a post some months back about the Alien Sighting. I spotted one this past weekend and before I could blink, there were three. The thing that grabs your eye is how large these birds are, and they sail on the air currents with no obvious wing flapping. I stood mesmerized, watching them swirl around like water in an eddy.
Maybe it IS Christmas in July… on Monday I saw a hummingbird (first time EVER in my yard). They aren’t so common here, but low and behold one was hovering near my Parrot Plant.
You get a picture of the plant, the bird…too fast for me. Moving right along…
Well, we finally finished the dog! Not to be equated with the week after Thanksgiving when you proudly announce that you’ve ‘finally finished the turkey’. (p.s. only 140 days ’til Thanksgiving)
In the wild and wacky world of show dogs and dog shows, ‘finishing the dog’ means we have a new Champion.
Gosh, he looks so sweet, and clean in the picture. Who could imagine that he is attracted to black dirt, mud, and loves to dig holes in the back yard?
If I had more time, I would regale you with my latest new job…working for the feds. But I have to head out to my current job. I’m working off my 2 weeks notice, so I’ll have to leave you with something to look forward to 🙂
When I’m outside, I spend an inordinate amount of time looking up. Ummm, I live in Florida, it’s flat.
If I lived in the mountains, I would probably spend more time looking down 😯
I don’t believe that aliens are going to walk up and tap you on the shoulder, so if you’re going to spot one, they’re going to be up in the wild, blue yonder or under the cover of darkness, in some instances. I spotted this particular alien twice in the last week, between 9:00 – 9:30 AM. To say the least, I am in awe! By the way, this alien has been spotted before, so I was able to find a picture on the internet…
I have lived in Florida all of my life, and never before have I seen one of these birds. They are huge! According to what I’ve found on the internet, their body is usually about 22 inches long, and their wingspan can get up to 4 feet. They live in South America, and migrate to the gulf coast states to breed annually. They’re supposed to live in wetlands and marshes, so what he’s doing in my area is a mystery.
If you want to learn more about this magnificent alien, here is the link: The Cornell Lab of Ornithology: All About Birds
Incredible Technology: How to Search for Advanced Alien Civilizations
Look at a picture of the Earth at night, and the world appears to be, quite literally, glowing. Now, scientists are starting to look for signs of advanced alien civilizations by the glow given off by technology used to harvest the energy from a star or even an entire galaxy. (excerpt: www.livescience.com)
NASA Curiosity rover captures mysterious bright light on Mars
Published April 08, 2014
This image was taken by NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity’s Navcam on April 3.NASA/JPL-Caltech
Is the truth really out there?
A NASA picture of a mysterious bright light on Mars has sparked the interest of UFO believers. But before we cry extraterrestrial, the bright light may be nothing more than a “glinty rock.”
To our best boy
A member of our family of three.
He has returned to God,
And we’re grateful for the time we spent together.
God, let him play and jump,
like he did when he played with me.
He could touch his nose to mine you see.
He loved to chase squirrels
And play keep away
When he found a stick.
He likes to go out in the middle of the night,
And look up at the stars and moon.
He saw the aliens with me.
We’ve listened to hoot owls,
And barked at critters that shouldn’t be
Walking around in our territory.
Today has to be one of the saddest days…
White Dog was diagnosed with an osteo sarcoma in his right knee right after I came home from vacation in June. It’s a very rapid growing bone cancer and because of his size, he wasn’t a candidate for surgery. He never gave up, even when he was on medicine to control his pain . In the past three days, he went steadily downhill and even though he couldn’t tell me, I knew the pain was becoming too much. My husband and I are basically devastated with the loss of our beloved puppy. So many tears…
White Dog’s sister, was my sister’s dog. She is no longer with us either.