Life goes on


Last weekend I took a 2 day weekend it was nice for a change I needed the time off it was good to get rested Mothers day was a nice day we all got together at mom's as usual but it was sooo cold wish it would have been a little warmer but all in all it was a good day these pictures are of the spirial pine tree and another flower I got for Mom but forget the name but she loved them I already got the tree planted, also my grandaughter, Sam and my nieces daughter, Bella. Sam is now 16 and has her permit boy time sure does fly I remember teaching her mother to drive.







Work is as usual so busy that is good and lots of overtime still working 10 per day i don't get much done at night but am way caught up financially i will continue working the extra hours till they cut off the overtime I know it can't last forever. The 4 eggs in the nest outside the bathroom window hatched on mothers day they are getting big I like watching them being fed and try not to disturb them too much and the 3 from the porch on top of the ladder are getting ready to fly away I am sure as they are really getting big can't get a good picture of the ones from the bathroom as they are getting the window dirty and i don't want to open it and mess up the nest.





That is all for now am going to go see if i can get some grass mowed as they are calling for rain next week



Enjoy Life



Tim


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  1. That’s a beautiful orchid you got your mom! Tell her that the only thing it needs is three ice cubes put around it once a week. Be sure not to put the ice between the leaves, though, or they’ll rot.

    We’ve got a robin’s nest, too. One of the chicks left the nest Friday though it’s not quite ready for flight. It was getting there by the end of the day, though, so it should be fine. I enjoy watching the nests. Years ago we had one in a small redbud tree and every time we walked past it the baby birds would all crane their heads and open their beaks for feeding. I think they were a little confused *laffs*

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