You just never know, what may come your way...
Saturday morning, I had walked to the end of our driveway, to take a look-see at our neighbor's Crabapple tree...
There are usually a few songbirds there this time of year.
I saw what I thought to be, either a Raven, Crow, or maybe even a Vulture, and clicked off a few photographs.
Later that evening, when I had uploaded them into my photo program, I was elated, for those images, which I had come so very close to just deleting, turned out to be an immature Bald Eagle...
In over 31 years of living here, I had never seen one near us before!
You also just never know, about how life changes on a dime as well.
Our baby grand-daughter Maci, born November 19, evidently had some abnormal markers in her blood work that was done at birth.
We are hoping and praying that it will be a false positive, but more testing was done and the results will not be in for 2 to 4 weeks.
Please do lift up Maci and our family during this time.
Then yesterday, I learned that my twin sister had been in the hospital all night Saturday evening and her oxygen levels now require not 3, but 4 liters of oxygen.
Haze had been a smoker for 36 years...while I never have smoked a cigarette in my life.
She got to go home from the hospital yesterday.
I had only just learned this, when my husby told me that his father had fallen in church yesterday morning, and was in a different hospital some 25 miles away.
And if all of this were not enough, Maci's momma, our daughter Brittany ended up with a severe infection and is in the hospital near our home.
One must accept these life changing events, these struggles and then hope for good outcomes and miracles.
I believe in miracles!
My father-in-law and daughter are improving, and will hopefully be home by Wednesday.
I am linking up with Stewart at:
I did find a Tufted Titmouse in the Crabapple tree though, a bit insignificant compared to the Bald Eagle, since we have dozens of these beauties all year round.
An empty Milkweek pod...
I wonder if any Monarch Butterfly caterpillars paid a visit to this stem this season~