This balances things out because the neighbors on the other side are definitely neither.
Anyway, these neighbors brought over a lovely mum and a card and told us that there are Jaguarundis in the surrounding woods there.
This is odd.
Of course, I've looked them up and some do say that there is a population of this South American cat in Florida.
Also, bobcats and coyotes but Jason and Lily had coyotes in town.
I have no idea about the actual presence of the Jaguarundi in Florida. I know that once while I was walking, I saw something that looked very much like a cat but it did not have a bob-tail and I convinced myself it was a fox (which is sometimes mistaken for the cat) although it did not have a very foxy tail.
Well, I know there is nature and plenty of it around that house. A few hundred yards down the dirt road I saw this.
Without a doubt, the biggest oak snake I've ever seen. At least five or six feet long.
Whole lotta nature going on there. If they ever decide to keep chickens, they are going to have to keep them cooped up well.
And so it goes. Lon and Lis will be here soon and I am looking forward to that a great deal. Lis and I shall make a supper together and all will be well. And I am just...waiting.
I think that I'll go unravel some more yarn and watch another episode of "Call The Midwife."
It would seem that this is about all I am capable of these days.
Talk to you tomorrow.
Much love...Ms. Moon