While my PC has been undergoing "disc repairs" and "auto diagnosis" and "restarting" and "updating" and all manner of gobbledy gook like that these last few days I have been continuing on with normal activities. The most exciting of which are the scientific observations of baby geese.
You might not think watching them go get a drink and then stretching their necks to let the water slide down into their baby geese stomachs is interesting, but it IS.
So is watching them pile in a heap for naps and measuring their growth. This group is getting big.
This couple have just one teeny tiny baby and they are teaching him how to swim early.
By the looks of it he has caught on quite well.
There is still an awful lot of grass eating going on and I am perfectly content to watch from afar as they go about their business.
On the home front I learned how to use a staple gun to recover a very simple chair that really doesn't count as learning to re-upholster anything except I like to call it that because it makes me sound industrious.
There has also been re-assignment of very tired succulents to the back deck for maximum sun therapy as well as to increase their general hardiness by exposure to extremes of nature. While they are back there, the front porch has become a nursery for baby ground covers until I figure out where they are going to live on a more permanent basis.
And finally, while I have been off the grid, my sister Dottie, seen above with Dad and Ray in 1957, had a birthday. Happy 59 Sister!