I often see wonderful image shares of the Eastern Meadowlarks, and yet, I never can get close enough.
There is one that I see often as I make my way down the country lanes going from home into town.
It perches high on a utility pole and sings and sings.
It then flies to the ground below and then a couple of minuets later, it is back singing once again.
These images looked a little drab and so I have also placed some local wildflowers in the mix to add in a dash of colour.
~ Special Note ~
For those whom have asked, and sent lovely comments and messages over the past several weeks, once again, your kind heartfelt words and encouragement are so very much appreciated!
Yesterday was my Cardiologist appointment following 4 weeks since the failed surgical procedure.
I have continued to wear the events heart monitor and it continues to show rapid premature beats called Supra ventricular Tachycardia, as well as premature extra beats in the lower chamber. The physician said that my monitor readings show that sometimes, I have 3 to 4 of these episodes back to back and that in and of itself is enough to cause the deep fatigue that I have had.
The team also felt that I was still dealing with more, even though my stress test and 64 images, showed a strong heart and this SVT does not cause death, they still need, I still need more answers.
Thus said, it was decided that on Tuesday, they will do another outpatient surgical procedure, whereby they place an Insertable Cardiac Monitor and this type of monitor can track events up to 3 years. I even get my own "magic wand" to use, if one of the big events takes place...yeah me...
I have really good days, I have days that are not so good, but I am strong, I am doing really fine and I just need to gain some energy back and then, watch out;')~
Thank you again, from the bottom of my heart~
I am linking up with SkyWatch Friday, won't you join me there and view skies from around the globe~
Near where I view and listen to the Eastern Meadowlark, there are fields full of wildflowers and flying insects.
That brings in the Eastern Bluebirds, Tree Swallows, Eastern King-birds, Eastern Meadowlarks and Red-winged Blackbirds.
Below I have shared images of a female Red-winged Blackbird ~
The fields below are where I have photographed most of my Bluebird and Swallow images.
I pass these fields at Fox Hollow Farms a few times a week.
On this particular morning, the mist of fog was rising as the sun arose
Isn't this pretty...I just love it~
A pair of Red-winged Blackbirds fly over the fields below~