Blogger was being a (pain) this morning and wouldn't let me edit the size of my photos. - But it seems to be working fine now.
I'm joining Jeanette (St Germain's) for SEASONS In recent posts I've shared some photos of a herd of deer that we often spot. Normally they are in a bunch of brush along side the road but this particular day they happened to be in a field behind the Adventist church nearby. There were 10 of them present but this shot only shows five of them. - It's a good thing it's not Hunting Season although shooting them is something I would never do except for shooting them with my camera. They are such lovely creatures.
We are well into the Spring season here now but in this next shot you can see that our mountains still look a lot like it's Winter. Which is good as we needed a good snow pack after last summer's drought.
On Saturday we drove out to the Community College where my hubby and SIL were working on a project to have a little impromtu lunch with them. After lunch I took Greta, Coleen and my mom to see the Campanile at the Water Education Center.
It's a lot of fun to take sticks (or canes) and bang on the disc's to hear the wonderful sounds they make.
Finally since most everyone was sick with the Flu over Easter Weekend last week we held Coleen's Easter Egg Hunt yesterday. She still enjoys hunting for the eggs and when I told her that next year would be her last year for the egg hunt she was like, No Way!"
But there is a season in life when we have to let go of some of our childhood traditions. We just do them in a different way for the adults now (no hunting for the eggs) but we all stick get an Easter Basket.