Today a little blue and a lot of “ mish mash”.
I bought about six of these $2 bird house several years ago and have used the heck out of them. Not sure where they will be this year,probably on the patio.
Bluebonnets on my Texas bird house was given to me by my mother-in-law.
This is my blue tractor.
A very large martin house, made by a gentleman at High Island, which is right on the Texas coast east of Crystal Beach.
Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn..."
by Mother Goose
Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn.
The sheep's in the meadow, the cow's in the corn.
Where is the boy that looks after the sheep?
"He's under the haycock, fast asleep."
Will you wake him? "No, not I;
For if I do, he'll be sure to cry."
I wanted to show you pictures of our pasture and pond, we have not had more than 3/4 of an inch since early fall. Our Governor has ask for aid especially for farmers and ranchers south of us.
When you walk in the pasture, your shoes and pants legs get full of dirt. There should be rye grass about 8 inches high. Our pond is down about 6 feet.
Roy said our pasture looks like a green oasis compared to south of San Antonio.
We pray everyday for rain.
I also have another sad story about a baby goat, this is War Blanket…our up and coming Billy, I heard him screaming in the pasture and found him on his side unable to get up.
I carried him to the barn to die in clean surrounding and the next thing I know he is up and walking around. I put him in pen by himself and medicated him and fed him for three days and then last night I found him down again. I brought him to house and put him in a play pen on the patio and he ate good, but despite my trying to save him, he died last night.
Roy keeps telling me I can’t save them all, but I will never stop trying.
The rest of the herd is fine and there are a lot of nannies out there carrying little ones, so come about June and some earlier, we should have another crop of little ones running and jumping all over the place.
Thanks Smiling Sally for hosting Blue Monday again.
We are still asking for prayers for Roy’s Mom, things are up and down, but the pain is returning and her arm is swelling and we know she can only hold on just so long.