For the record, I just wrote up my entire entry, saved it, closed it, came back and it was totally gone...really.
Our fellow blogger Eileen mentioned last week that Google Reader is retiring.
I have not had any notifications and I have no idea what that means, or how it may affect my blog.
My blog is done by Google Blogger, but I am not at all sure what the Google Reader is, or has to do with it.
If anyone knows, could you please let me know?
This entry was placed in my drafts a few weeks ago and I am finally able to publish it...well maybe, if I do not lose it again.
It has been a rough week!
My twin sister Haze. was accepted into the Hosparus Care Program after being evaluated a couple of weeks ago.
Her lung disease may improve and that is what we pray for, but she has been on oxygen for nearly a decade and things seems to be going badly and causing even more bad issues with her frail health.
Sometimes it is hard to realize that we are twins...
I feel so blessed to get out and about and live life, while she has been home bound most of the past 6 years...very sad.
Then my 16 year old cat Spencer Ivy became ill and in fact, she is the reason that I am awake writing this, make that rewriting this at 3:00 AM in the morning!
She is being tested for kidney and bladder failure issues and is in solitary area, until, and if we can get her feeling better.
I adore Louisiana Irises and they were beautiful again this past Spring, and the Wisteria was as well.
I have one that has not blossomed yet, but should by next year.
I took the Wisteria images one morning on the Presbyterian Theological Seminary grounds.
We have quite a few Great Blue Herons in our area, and in fact one season, we actually had one land on the walk bridge of our creek.
I wish that would happen again.
The images below were taken on two different visits to Fox Hollow Farms.
That same pond is now covered over in Lily pads and I do not know if I will get to see that visiting Heron again now for a long while...we will see...
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Wild Bird Wednesday
Below is Ribbon Grass and Bamboo water reflection images, taken at Cave Hill Cemetery one morning when I was photographing Great Horned Owls there~