Of course, she knows there are still critters under the snow. She never finds them, but she sure does sniff around under there.
Something’s been here, Mom.
Something touched this piece of grass.
I love the way her ears flap when she runs.
Since our house sits right next to a large pond, you can imagine that we get a variety of water foul around here. We have our regulars, the cormorant and the Canadian geese, but then we also encounter a variety of duck who come and go, as well as the occasional egret and even once, and osprey.
These are our most recent visitors, not as skittish as most others, who enjoyed the day eating at the “human’s side” of the water.
The garden is a world within our world. Imagine living and working in such a colorful universe of pink petals.
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