Today, November 1, is my son’s 33rd birthday. I stand amazed so much time has passed since the day he made his grand entrance into my life…I hope he is having a super special day, and I miss him and his family sorely. I’ve resisted calling him this morning, because California is two hours behind us. I don’t want to chance waking the babies and starting their morning off on the wrong foot.
Happy birthday Joshua. (Josh and his beautiful babies)
I’ve finally figured out what our exotic rooster Morgan is. He’s an Americana. At 12 1/2 weeks old Morgan has finally matured enough for the breed telling characteristics to develop. He sure is a beauty, and I can’t help it…of the 27 chickens we have, he’s my favorite.
It looks like the Reds have a game of cabbage tether ball going this morning. The cabbage is definitely losing. 🙂
Rain has been pretty sparse in southeast Mississippi this fall. During the month of October less than an inch fell. To keep our fall garden going we’ve had to water. This morning as I set up the sprinkler in one of my garden spots I spyed my very own personal rainbow. Rainbows are one of my favorite things…they always remind me of the coventant God made with Noah for all time.
Yesterday I watched “Expelled – No Intelligence Allowed“. It’s the #1 documentary of 2008. If you haven’t seen it…you owe it to yourself to watch it. It’s a great one to add to your DVD library.
It’s time for me to get out of this chair and help my DH. He’s working hard, and I’m starting to feel guilty about not helping him.
Until next time…
I can see how it might be possible for a man to look down upon earth and be an atheist, but I cannot conceive how he could look up into the heavens and say there is no God. ~ Abraham Lincoln ~