Not a leaf stirring, not even a pine needle first thing this morning. Rain backed off a bit in the night leaving us with a light sometimes drizzly overcast day.
DRESSED WARM IN THEIR SUNDAY MORNING FINERY A GROUP OF HORSES GATHER IN A LEAFY CORNER OF THE BARNYARD
Pheebs and I in the Jeep, slowly meandered around a few rural roads taking in the mid-October countryside scenery this morning. Even managed a few photos along the way on this dull gray day.
My first cousin Norma and her husband Jim have been readers of my blog almost since I first started it back in 2006. Jim passed away Saturday morning after a tough battle with cancer. Life just doesn't seem fair sometimes.
I DON'T KNOW WHAT THIS CROP IS BUT IT HAS A SOFT PASTEL COLOR TO IT A COUPLE OF BUZZARDS ON A MANURE PILE
A big day for us tomorrow as we patiently await a telephone call from Kelly's liaison lady at London's University Hospital regarding the liver committee's decision on a liver transplant for Kelly. We are both remaining optimistic.
AND A COUPLE DOZEN CIRCLING BUZZARDS OVERHEAD
Al's Music Box:)) All Alone Am I by Brenda Lee from her 1962 album, 'All Alone Am I'. This song became a top 10 pop hit in both the United States and England. The song peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in November 1962 and number seven on the English Singles Chart in February 1963.
THIS LONE BURNT OUT COMBINE STILL SITS IN THE FIELD WHERE IT CAUGHT FIRE LAST SUMMER DURING THE WHEAT HARVEST
GROANER'S CORNER:(( A teacher says, “Okay, class. Today we're going to be talking about the tenses. If I say ‘I'm beautiful,' which tense is it?” Little Johnny raises his hand and says, “Obviously past tense, Miss.”