(If that would only fully justify the way I see my own situation.. :()
I'm giving myself a pat on the back. Today I finally finished several things that have been on my Urgent!! To Do List for the past two months. Yay. Now if only those guys would stop rolling their eyes...
The leaves of the trees have also been falling, falling behind, below, and all across the yard. Like, literally ten minutes after raking 4 big basket-fulls of leaves, a beautiful cooling breeze comes blowing through and like some magic of some sort, the yard is full of leaves again. Thankfully most of the trees just have a few more dried leaves hanging here and there, and I can already spy the little green buds coming out of the knuckles of the trees. Otherwise I'd have a garden full of tree skeletons. They don't go too well with the usually-beautiful-lillies which had to be reduced to less than a foot tall because of the typhoon.
Oh the wonder of nature. Yesterday I visited one of my friends who has a lot of mulberry trees in her yard. They all lost their leaves from the salty, strong winds typhoon Megi brought. About a week after, her mulberry trees are full of green and white whorls of little leaves, and flowers (which, in a few weeks = mulberries)!
I have to get back to work now. I leave you with a photo of this funny little goat I saw, who nearly poked itself on the bum.
Till next time...