I can still click the pics.... Even though if I were any more lazy I would be in a coma.
Bird on a wire. I'm not sure but I think this is a Cooper's Hawk, there fairly common around here. And we see this one in the yard fairly regularly.
I went for a walk this morning just to see what was happening in the neighborhood, and just like my life, nothing was happening.
The Summer doldrums are still wreaking havoc on what little ambition I possess giving me plenty of excuses for not doing anything useful.... It's too hot... Waaaa. It's gonna rain...Waaaa. I don't feel like it...Waaaa. Anything to get out of doing a little work.
And remember, I'm not talking about the kind of work like building a garage or taking the engine out of a car; I'm just talking about cleaning something up, putting in a new vent fan, or taking the jack-stands off the Lance....which I still haven't made up my mind if I want to do or not.
Every day my family asks me, "What did you do today?" Probably to make sure I'm still alive because it's getting harder to tell. And every day, I have to say.... ahhh, nothing? Which is pretty embarrassing considering the amount of free time I have, and everybody in the family has a job except me.
So I'm thinking of telling everybody I'm taking the engine out of the truck. And since no one around here opens the hood and looks at my engine, I figure I can get away with talking about that until I leave for the winter.
Baby bunny rabbit laying in the shade trying to stay cool in the front yard. Not realizing there's an ever watchful Hawk in the backyard.
I found an Arkansas river picture that I hadn't used before. Normally I wouldn't have dug it up and put it on the blog, but its such a hot day today, and by looking at this picture I could feel that icy cold water of the Arkansas flowing by me as I stood on the cool of the bank taking this picture of folks enjoying their vacation. and it not only brought back good memories of my last mini-vacation, but specific memories of how chilly it was standing on that bank watching happy people gliding, and sometimes tumbling down the Arkansas.