It is a beautiful morning with dramatic sky, clear one moment and with picture clouds forming and shifting and changing overhead the next.
I saw at least six little bunnies running across or beside the road which is an unusual number for one of my walks. Here's one who I think was quite young and was as curious about me as I was about her. Or him. As the case may be.
I love to watch them run, their little tails bobbing up and down as they go.
I found this tiny flower when I ducked back off the trail and into the woods to pee.
I have looked it up and it is a mimosa microphylla, otherwise known as "little leaf sensitive briar" or "little leaf mimosa". It is a member of the pea family and if the leaves are touched, they fold up. Isn't it pretty?
Okay. This picture is of a mud puddle.
A large mud puddle, I grant you, but isn't it beautiful? It is to me as it indicates we've had some good rain.
And there you go. It's Monday and another week begins. Wednesday is May's birthday and Thursday is Gibson's graduation from Pre-K. It is the time of year for celebrations and cakes and baby bunnies and blooming wild flowers and heat and sweet showers and the perfume of magnolia blossoms in the air.
And I just remembered! Today is the tenth anniversary of my blog. This post will mark the six thousandth, six hundred and thirty-second post I've published.
No. I can't believe that either.
If I may ask a favor- would you leave a comment if you care to, to help me celebrate? Maybe tell me how you found me, how long you've been here, where you're from, etc?
I would appreciate that so much.
So Much Love...Ms. Moon