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Saturday, April 30, 2011

Yard Adventures...

Hello Sweet friends!  I adore being outside all the time when the weather is nice as it has been here in SC.  I often just walk the yard or neighborhood with my camera at the ready, to catch something new that God has provided.
 First Wild Strawberry of the season...

 New Cardinal nest taken by hubby.
 Blurry but here is Mama Cardinal setting on the nest...
 My daughter's "pet" squirrel who climbs the trellis and begs for a treat!
The Spring sunset making an almost heart shape...

 and a lovely little hop toad that came just at dusk.  He let me pet his head.
 An ugly mushroom that grew, split its cap overnight!
Sunrise with the sun hitting the tops of the trees across the lake...
All of life is an adventure!!  I cannot wait to wake every morning to see what God is going to do with each new day! pls see http://kerrieshomejournal/ for an inspiring message today!!  Thank you!

HUGS TO YOU ALL,
♥KERRIE♥
My heart to yours...

3 comments:

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Loved the new pictures especially the squirrell, I have a soft spot for them and birds and feed them, however the lady in the apartment over me have complained to the owners on my apartment and I have been told to stop feeding the birds as it attracts the squirrels.
I love to watch the wild life now that has been taken away from me,
Enjoy your week-end.
Yvonne.

Ginny said...

All of life IS an adventure!!! I love the look on the squirrels face, and maybe the hop toad is my favorite picture, was he very tiny? I only saw one once, when I was a teenager, so cute, not much more then two or three inches big!

One pair of Hands said...

Your pictures are beautiful; such a wide variety. You must live in a pretty place.
Wild strawberries amaze me. Those we cultivate, with lots of fuss and feeding, need coaxing along, yet the wild ones just grow and grow without our help. I'm sure there's a message in there somewhere.