Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Come On Outside With Me

Michael helped me open the bluebird box. There is a nest full of babies in there. Here is their picture. We shut it up tight quickly and left the area. The parents were not to be seen.


This is a bloom on our Hibiscus bush. I love these flowers, they remind me of my Mom. She loved them.

This is not a very good picture, but you can see that the grass is really long. Things are growing like crazy around here.

Here are Pepper and Psalty. Isn't she gorgeous?? He is no longer a ram, but a wether. He just stares at us.

Sunshine wanted to get up close and personal.

Here are Knit and Purl. They are all growing so fast.

They are trying to decide if they want to come in and risk being near me, or just keep their distance. =)

I believe this is Knit. If it is not, it is Purl.

I took other pictures, but they did not come out very good. I need to cut the scapes on the garlic plants. They are coming on hot and heavy. The onions are doing really well. How is your garden doing?

7 comments:

The Sisters said...

Hi Marci,
Oh those little bluebirds are sweet! We have 3 birdhouses and at one time there was a bluebird family living in each one of them!
We enjoyed these pics!

~Have a great evening!

Peggy said...

love the baby birds!! All of your animals look well and happy. My garden is doing ok considering the terrible heat we are having.

Ginny said...

The bluebabies are cute. I haven't looked at mine since I first saw that they had hatched. I'm afraid to disturb them...

The lambs have GROWN! :-D

mary said...

Hi sweet Marci,
Our big bluebirds are the neighborhood bullies, but your babies are the cutest. Mason just built his first birdhouse. We need to make a trip to the store for yummy birdfood. Have a wonderful week.
Mary

Sharri said...

Those bluebirds are adorable! :0)
We don't get those around our house--too much action in a neighborhood I guess?

Tipper said...

I loved this post! My favorite was the one about the baby sleeping-so true!

Tipper said...

I love the pictures in this post! Just beautiful flowers, sheep and baby birds.


I'm sorry I think I left the comment for the post before this one-on this one too.