Ian with his aunt, Michal, and cousins, Julian and Elliott (in the high chair).
Eating birthday cake in his booster chair.
Looks like he even got a little something extra at bedtime, too. :)
I wasn't able to make it over there on Sunday, either...or have Leah over for crafts on Monday. But Leah did stop over briefly on Monday night with some probiotics and critter stuff. I am hoping taking probiotics might help. :)
Other than that, I have been doing well and keeping busy. Been slowly working on Christmas cards and birthday cards...
Last night rain clouds rolled in.
I took a couple videos of the critters feasting away on the patio one morning. Mostly for Ian...our very own Fargo nature show. But I had trouble uploading them. I'll try again today. Google bought YouTube, too, right? It didn't like me having my old youtube account as soulcomfort1 and made me a new one as Rita McGregor--and keeps popping back over to that account. I've tried to delete that one but have not been successful. Sometimes I accidentally spend forever uploading videos and they are on the wrong account--*sigh* Apparently, that's what happened--or tried to? I don't think they actually published over there, either? Not exactly sure what went wrong, to be honest. I shall try again today to upload the Fargo nature videos--LOL! When I get them published then I can put them on the blog for you. :)
Oh, and something else Leah found at Lowe's for me was a 5 lb bag of sunflower seed chips! Awesome! I was so hoping I could get sunflower seeds cheaper for the birds and our Little Buddies. They aren't whole, but the birds and ground squirrels won't care. :)
It's a gorgeous cooler day today--65 degrees right now. In fact, let's see if my drop box is working better than it was...
Well, it isn't working automatically again for some reason, but I could send the picture manually. Anyways, beautiful day!! Hope you're having a beautiful day, too. :) :)
"The grass is not, in fact, always greener on the other side of the fence. No, not at all. Fences have nothing to do with it. The grass is greenest where it is watered. When crossing over fences, carry water with you and tend the grass wherever you may be."