For you, Grammy
A heart Rock!
Thank you, Linkin! Thank you very much!
From My World to your Heart,
I must admit, that I have had fear for Boomer’s life riding in waves through my heart
I KNOW he is elderly and the time is growing short, but…
Still…then after beseeching the heavens and My God and Your God and the God of all this world,
I knew I could move forward, because of the medication, Boomer’s will to live, and the fact I asked for the power of collective prayer—peace filled my heart.
Opening my email, another glorious rainbow, from the Black Forest in Colorado…shouted—
Thank you, each and every one!
Boomer and I went searching for the Blue Moon, the Flower Moon, the Full Moon of May
We saw it flitting in an out of the wind-driven clouds, splashing silver moonlight
Here and there.
Until the clouds receded and only the clear sky remained.
No Blue Moon for us, but still an amazing sight of the lapped and covered moon.
From my world to your heart,
The wind sings loudly causing the wind chime to clash and bang, or the wind moves as only a breath lifting the leaves on the trees in soft little flutters of green.
With Love, from my world to your heart
This weather has been rather strange for us. Usually we are warm and sunny and dry. Possibly a few scattered showers and thunderstorms off and on, but not this constant flow of winter like storms moving through.
This is another of my bucket lists photos I hope to achieve someday…lightening. So many of you have accomplished this feat, but not I—not Yet!! 🙂
Although, very hard on the farmers and the planting of our yearly crops—crops are the way we make money…no crops no money, it’s just that simple. Some of the farmers are just now getting the corn in the ground…extremely late.
Terry is thinking (if we don’t dry up soon) he just might not be planting the pinto beans. They need to be in the ground the 1st day of June.
Thank you for stopping by!
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,
I have several hummingbirds this year…of course I’m having trouble getting photos of them, maybe I’ll make it.
So far we have regular visitors of the Black-chinned Hummers and the Ruby Throat two pairs of each. I’ve also seen an Rufous, and an Anna’s pair, they are not here regularly, or at least when I’m outside I haven’t seen them regularly.
I sure hope I can see some of the others, maybe not at my feeders but around.
Then to get a photo…a good photo…MY Goal for the year!
Have a restful Sunday everyone! We are off to watch grandchildren play soccer for the last time. Summer break starts soon for the grand kids!