Aren't they lovely? They are called "Supertunias...Pretty Much Picasso" I love them!
I had a birthday luncheon with the ladies in our family. (We do this for each of our birthdays.)
He wanted to take off his Spiderman shirt because he was being a Power Ranger. Guess we can't go mixing up our Super Hero Persona's!!
I had an interesting visitor to my deck.
It's a Luna Moth. When he spreads his wings he looks like this:
Looks kind of like an elephant doesn't he? Or is it just me who sees eyes, floppy ears and a trunk?
There was also this little frog who thinks I can't see him hiding under a rock on my deck rail!
I had another, less welcome visitor:
yeah....in my house!!!! I've never had a snake in my house before and I have absolutely no idea how he got in. My lazy dogs are so fired!!! Sam wasn't home. I had to deal with Mr. Sneaky Snake myself.
And remember my love of strange rocks? Can I show you something?
This is a huge rock that was taken out of our pond. It is LOADED with fossils. It was so amazing that I had it brought up to my yard via a track-dozer. (It was a long, slow, heavy journey.) It is one piece and you can see several places where water has carved rivulets out of it over thousands of years. But the fossils.......
I'll try not to bore you, but they are so cool!
This one has a fish fin in it:
It's crazy how many fossils are in this one rock.
And here's the thing....I have 4 more of them down by the pond.....where they will have to stay, because it's expensive to rent a track dozer.
Well, that's about all the news I have today from Silo Hill Farm.
I'll leave you with this picture of our stone silo, covered in Virginia Creeper. It turns red in the fall!
Enjoy your Sunday!