Fire people, ghosts, spirits or just a strange formation in the fire? Never know but makes one wonder… They appear to be children. Well at least they are holding hands. What do you think?
It was just days ago that I posted the pictures of the baby Robins in the nest. They grew up so fast…and now they’re gone. It reminds me of how precious time is and how we need to stop and smell the roses more often. Enjoy the little things in life.
Nature can be so beautiful but it all changes so quickly. The same goes for our lives and children who grow up so fast. Stop and watch the children play. Don’t be in such a rush all the time. Everything is not so important that you can’t indulge the little ones once in a while. You will be surprised how much you gain from giving them so little.
You might think from the first picture and the background that I was at a turkey farm. But take a look at the second picture and you will see I was at a lumber company. This is actually on a busy two lane road. I had to turn around and park the car because this was just too cool.
I have seen many hens in my day, roaming the fields and sometimes, backyards. But this is the first time I saw several toms or gobblers. They look like what we used to draw in grade school.
The other cool thing is that the gobblers don’t have a bounce in their step. They simply glide along and appear to be floating across the grass. There were three tom turkeys to nine hens. You do the math!
Prayers go out to the Newtown Connecticut victims and their families. So sorry for your loss and pain. It’s unimaginable. I am so sad and so angry. I can say no more.
Everyone, please don’t forget to give your children an extra hug and kiss and tell them that you love them.