One hot old goat napping the day away.

Saanen doe

Millie Ann Saanen

One bee buzzing around the mother’s wort.

bee on mother's wort

One watercolor kitty enjoying the hot sun.



One goldfinch enjoying the bounty of the bird feeders.


One sulfur moth on the pumpkin leaf.

sulfur moth

One big steer grazing in the pasture.



One hot dog.



One full moon, a seasonal blue moon, from earlier in the month.  Why is it I’d never heard the term super moon until recently, and now ever full moon is called a super moon?  Don’t get me wrong, I do think they are all super, but I just wondered where this came from.

seasonal blue moon

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Time Flies

I cannot believe how quickly time flies.  I have less than a month before I start back to work.  My June kids are already getting big.  I have all these things I wanted to get done over the summer, and they just aren’t getting done.  Yet I know I’ve been busy.  I hardly have time to get a blog post up, and I’ve been horrible about visiting others this summer.

mallow and bee

white coneflower

black-eyed Susan and bee


white coneflower

How does time go so quickly?

Linking to I Heart Macro, Macro Monday, and Monday Mellow Yellows.

Mallow and a Bee

I love my mallow flowers.

They are invasive easy to grow, beautiful, and continue blooming late into fall.

It seems I’m not the only one that thinks they are pretty.

This little bee was oblivious to me and my camera.

Linking to Macro Monday, Mosaic Monday, Farm  Girl Friday Blog Fest and Homestead Barn Hop.

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