A little of everything!

You might have asked, “What is she going to do with all her time now?” My answer … a little of everything!

Happily spend more time with family and friends.

Errands – never end. Now, I’m expected asked to do even more! But, I’m not complaining. Much.

The fencing project continues. Here are a couple of cool pics I snapped. When a person is easily distracted … it probably isn’t good to also be observant of the little things:
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And, of course, the pumpkin patch!

These were planted one week later than....

These were planted one week later than….


... these.

… these.

Full length view of ‘the patch’ –
Pumpkin patch

Our bobble-head owl keeps watch for us:

You'd have big eyes too if you were sitting on this steel post!!

You’d have big eyes too if you were sitting on this steel post!!

Also, I’m taking time to enjoy the sunrise; not just snap a picture and rush away. If the sun’s not too tired to rise after all these years, I guess I shouldn’t complain either. 😉
Ray/Re - A drop of golden sun.

Just making the coffee. Enjoying it, too.

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About Marla Rose

This blog documents country life in central Illinois with lots of pictures, and various other ideas/adventures that come my way. My hope is to make you laugh (or at least smile) and appreciate this life!
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2 Responses to A little of everything!

  1. pattisj says:

    A bobble-head owl! That’s a great idea, and I’m still smiling at your comment about the big eyes. Enjoyed your variety of photos.

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