Besides growing things that look like that around here, we also grow things which look like this:
That is my finger there on the left for scale and perspective.
I have no idea what that thing is. A beetle of some sort, I would assume. Do any of you know what it is? It was on the pillar at the front of Publix today.
Anyway, that's the most exciting thing I've seen today and here's just about the prettiest thing:
Bug had to climb a ladder up into a tree to get that hen. So now we have two. The third one flew away and he can't find it. Anyway, I just think she's a gorgeous little hen, sweetest gray color you ever saw. I think we should call her Dove. I hear she's wild and so she's in the coop now and will be for a few days. Suddenly I feel as if I have about fifty more birds rather than just four. And a friend of Lily's is going to be bringing us a new rooster soon. We've got a poultry farm!
Mr. Moon reports that Miss Camellia is roosting in the old pump house so that's good. I've been finding eggs in a nest in there again. I wonder if hers is one of them.
Mysteries of chickens.
Well, that's enough. I'm going to go cook supper.