Scavenger Hunt

It’s been a while since I participated in Ashley’s Scavenger Hunt Sunday.  It’s hard to do those scavenger hunts with a gimpy foot.  I’ve done my best for this week’s prompts: eyes, upside down, from behind, sunshine, and cup.

Eyes:  There are a lot of eyes around here.  I’m sharing Bob, the Chinese goose, and Muffin (with her buck Billy eating with her).

cat goose and goat

Upside Down:  Jules has decided she should be an outside kitty.  I’ve been letting her out while I’m home during the day.  I want her to learn where to go and that she needs to stay away from the road.  She’s rolling everywhere out there and really enjoying herself.

Jules collage

From behind:  The sun is shining from behind the tree.  I thought it was a beautiful sight.  It’s also about as far as I’ve made it out to pasture on foot.

SunFlare 135ew

Sunshine:  There’s plenty of sunshine today!

Sun 130ew

Cup:  This one was pretty straightforward.  Since my initial teacup a couple of months ago when I wanted to photograph the chicks in one, my sister has presented me with several pretty cups.  This is the latest.  I really like it because it reminds me of my grandmother’s china when I was a kid.

teacup

I’m also sharing with Mosaic Monday, and Macro Monday II.

Scavenger Hunt

I’ve missed Ashley’s Scavenger Hunt Sunday the last couple of weeks, so I had to join in.  The topics this week:  pink, wheels, friend, emotion, and sweet.

Sweet:  I can’t think of anything as sweet as two kids sleeping together.

Linus and Peppermint Patty

Linus and Peppermint Patty

Wanda and Billy

Wanda and Billy

Pink:  Unless it’s two kids sleeping together using their maa as a pillow.  I just love those pink noses!  Okay, technically they are salmon or coral or some other derivative of pink, but they are cute!

Molly and Zach

Molly and Zach

Emotion:  I think Muffin looks the epitome of happiness!

Muffin

Muffin

Wheels:  We’re still wet and muddy, so these are the only wheels I could find.  You never know where you’ll see them around the house.

toy car

Friend:  My newest kitty friend, Jules, likes to play with it.  She likes to play with most anything.

cat collage

Jules

Jules

This sweet looking girl is really a monster!  I guess that’s a good thing.

Another Rainy Day

We started off cloudy this morning, and the goats weren’t sure whether or not they should go out to pasture.

Goat pasture

They decided to hang out under the trees for a while before making that decision.  I don’t know why they think it’s a good idea to be under trees in a storm.  Really…

goat pasture

The storm clouds rolled in, the thunder and lightening came, and one particularly loud clap of thunder sent the brave smart goats back to the barn.

Goats Running

I also got my first lightning shot.  Granted, it’s a puny little bolt, but I still got it!

lightning

The rest decided to stay there and even took off farther out to pasture to eat.

Goats under tree

Stella thinks all this rain makes the ground nice and soft and easy to dig in.

Stella

Stella

I kept watching as the storm rolled in.

Storm Clouds

Bob kept me company.

Bob

Bob

Finally, I went in and the rain came, and the silly goats came running up from pasture.

Storm Clouds

I have to say a big thank you to Cinnamon.

goats running in rain

When I checked to make sure none of the little goats were left out there, Reva didn’t have her little doe with her.  I braced myself for walking in the pasture during the rain, looking for a kid when I saw Cinnamon coming up the lane with her twins and Reva’s doe.  Thank you, Cinnamon!

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