A freind of mine is volunteering at the PrimRose Donkey Sanctuary.
This week she invited me to come out to snap some shots of the donkeys and other beasties and to meet Sheila Burns, founder and donkey care taker.
Please check out their web site to see the wonderful work Sheila and the volunteers do to rehabilitate and take care of these lovely donkeys.
There are so many curious and friendly animals there, I couldn’t choose just four or five to post, so here, to warm up your late winter, are some cute pictures of happy donkeys, ponies, cats, pigs and a sheep. Oh, and my lovely friend Mel, who invited me out.
I house sat in the country again this week. Got to spend some time with a passel of beasties. Above is Kaz.
Read more “Ice Farm and Postcard Results”
I usually post photos I took in the last seven days, but it’s been a busy week, so these photos are from the previous weeks.
Read more “Late Post and Come Get Your Photo”
It appears that my Christmas Cactus (Schlumbergera truncata) is eager for the season to arrive. Read more “Eager for Christmas Cactus and Introducing Lefty”
I never wanted to have kids. Read more “I Kid, You Not”
I went walking in the woods with a friend yesterday. Read more “Dog Walks in the Woods”
The Norwood Fair.
Always the same. Always a little bit different. Always fun. Always worth the drive. This year was no different. And the light was so beautiful that I got way too many great photos.
So rather then post a few, here’s a whole bunch to feast on during this harvest season.
I had been neglecting this geranium and over the years it became a spindly length of stalks with a few leaves. But late this summer I re-potted it. Read more “Flowers, Bees, Musics”
Every year around this time my aster plant becomes a magnet for wasps and bees. They love the masses of pollen tucked within the florets. Read more “Bee Condo (Aster Heights)”