Yep, still at work in the dragon mines. More interesting stuff next week, I promise.
Not bad for a test run.
Because I am not in a labor union, I have to work today. The good news is, the 4″ standing dragons will be restocked this week, at least in this color range (except for Gritty Dragon, he’s just photobombing). The bad news is, my machine is getting its scheduled tuneup so the 3″ babies and […]
… is that it has a “horizon.” And I can’t take a straight picture to save my life. (Yes, I have the on-screen grid turned on. No, apparently I can’t remember to check it.)
A local farmers market has made do in these Trying Times by ordering online and then holding a pickup time where customers drive through and get their stuff contactlessly. (Is that a word? It is now.) I participated this round, and splurged on a bunch of flowers, which is what I am posting a picture […]
Throwback Thurs… er, Monday, to the “box of chocolates”: eight Khaki Campbell ducklings, delivered from Pennsylvania to Wichita. Carl had to open the box in the post office, ostensibly to confirm that they had arrived alive (as if the peeping didn’t make it clear) but mostly, I think, because everybody wanted to see the babies. […]
On Saturday I realized the constant yelling of the Carolina Wren parents wasn’t happening, so Sunday when I changed the water in the bird bath I checked the nest. Sure enough: empty.
I brush the cats almost every day in a futile attempt to cut down on the hair. At least these chairs are very easy to brush clean, because when she’s not leaving Olivia-fluff, I’m leaving minky-fluff.
Mostly this is a test to make sure I have the Facebook/Instagram connection correctly connected. But it’s also a fuzzy update on the Carolina Wren babies, since I emptied and refilled the bird bath today and took some blind pictures (this is the best). Their eyes are open, so I’m extra careful about not showing […]
The adult wrens weren’t around when I went to refill the bird bath yesterday, but they’d been hauling bugs all morning so I knew there were hatchlings. I risked sneaking up, sticking the phone to the opening and clicking blindly and sure enough, there they were. I’m trying not to let them get too acclimated […]