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Well poor Tracy has had a headache for a couple days, but tonight it looks like it is gone, thank goodness. We had plans to go antiqueing today but that didn't happen, we did go to Costco and picked up a bunch of stuff, I try not to go to that store too often. Can't get out of there without spending a couple hundred bucks, but it was all stuff we needed and cheaper to get it there so that is good.
We did come home and sit out with the girls, that is always fun…oh and look at these cute little birds I saw in the yard, I thought they were young herons, and Jeff said they are Killdeer and sure enough he was right.
I could see them over in the grass so I got out my camera and zoomed in.
They sure are fast little birds, and fun to watch them walk with their long legs.
We put out salad, and bread for the girls and they had a hay day with it.
I don't know what Fiji and Gertie found over there but it was a fun "butt" shot.
Clara was being her normal self and picking on Fiji so she was grounded…
…I stuck her back in the coop by herself for a while, let her think about what she was doing wrong. I think she was in there 5 – 10 minutes and then I let her out. It helped a bit, but she still picked on Fiji after a while. They all went into their coops so perfect tonight, and I pretended to Tracy that always happens…ha!
Well I am gonna sign off for now. Can't believe it is March already. Wow, February flew by and we even had an extra day.
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Have an awesome Thursday and thanks for stopping in.
Jacqui Lines says
Fiji's gotten really big!
Paula Stewart says
Love the bird pics! So cute. Happy to see the girls too. Have fun!
Winthrop 84 says
Did you know that Killdeer make their nests on the ground with rocks? If they stick around for the summer, they are pretty fun to watch with their babies. You have to be careful that your hubby doesn't run over their nests with the lawnmower though!!