June 11, 2012
It's another fabulous morning here in New England. I'm home from work now, and pretty soon I'll have to decide whether I want to do my food shopping this morning or later this afternoon. My freezer is starting to empty out, and I want to pick up a roasted chicken for Tootsie.
Before we get to posting the first two parts of the new kit, I have a couple of photos to share. At work, I'm always trying to get photos of the male hummingbird, but it's not such an easy task. This little bugger is so quick. Plus, I'm shooting through a window and trying to miss the reflections on it.
This first shot was taken a couple of days ago. The red collar looks orangey gold because of the way the sun is shining on it.
This next photo was taken last evening after the sun had gone down. It's a bit grainy, but considering the lack of light and the window, it's not too bad.
I'll keep trying, after all I have all summer to try for a nice clear shot. The nice part of this is that the Mrs gets caught up in it and forgets to be grumpy. That's really a plus for me.
Miss Tootsie appears to be feeling a bit better this morning. I'm keeping my fingers and toes crossed. So far there has been no diarrhea during the night or this morning. She actually ate her morning treats with a bit of gusto. Way to go, Baby!
So now I guess it's time to post Parts 1 & 2 of our new June collab kit, "Monkey See, Monkey Do". I hope you like it because we had a good time putting it together. Here's my preview of the first two parts.
And here's your download link:
When you're finished downloading, head on over to Su's new blog for her first two parts. If she hasn't posted yet, just wait a while and visit her again. She's beginning to feel a bit better now, thank goodness. Don't forget to take a moment to leave a thank you. Here's Su's preview.
Now I need to get Tootsie her morning meds. She knows it's time and she's already looking for a good hiding place. Folks, she can''t see much of anything, but you would not know it to watch her when she's looking around for something. We can learn so much about courage from our furry babies. And this is one very brave little girl.
That's all the news for this morning. Till tomorrow, Y'all have a fabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.