Friday’s Farm Fotos
I’ve been pretty busy lately with a writing project, so haven’t posted much here. I thought this would be a good time to do a photo round-up of pictures from around the farm this week.
Monday we had a thunderstorm with heavy rain and a tornado watch. I watched but I didn’t see anything, thankfully. Just lots of rain that came down in a hurry and made puddles and streams in the backyard…
We did have some pretty strong winds, even if there was no tornado in evidence. You can see how the birdfeeder is swinging in the wind in this picture. . .
Once it stopped raining, Toby and I walked down the road towards the creek. He decided it would be fun to wade through the floodwater running over the road.
The next day it was bright and sunny and showing signs of spring all over the place. The miniature daffodils are blooming around the big oak tree in the front yard.
I noticed the wildflowers are making an appearance also, like this dandelion and violet.
Those colors would have been good when I was going to high school, since our school colors were purple and gold!
I especially enjoy the quince bush blooms.
I can remember the quince bush that grew by our steps going down the hill where I grew up. This is part of that bush.
And last, we have a stark reminder of what happens when The Farmer decides to trim things:
He decided instead of having crepe myrtle trees they could be tall bushes. Guess we’ll see how they react to such drastic pruning!
And that’s the way it is around the farm. Have a great weekend!