This afternoon I walked around the yard with the camera. To open a larger view hold down the ctrl button on your keyboard while clicking on the photo and it will open in a new tab and you won't have to reload this page.
This is leaf lettuce that Frank planted a few weeks ago.
The high temperature today is about 53°. The azaleas don't seem to mind the colder weather at all.
These are the lighter color of our two azalea bushes. These always remind me of starfish.
I got a better picture of one of the brighter colored bush's blooms than the one I posted a while back.
As I walked around to the back of the house I came upon a mockingbird grooming itself. It is missing part of the top portion of its beak.
It flew to another branch and seemed very interested in the click of the camera shutter. I wish I was better at taking bird pictures.
This morning Frank had his appointment with the oncologist surgeon. The drain was not removed even though it is not draining much fluid. The doctor is a little concerned that the drain may not be working because the amount of output dropped suddenly. Frank is running a low-grade temperature... which is normal after surgery. We have to inform the doctor if it goes up over a 101° and stays there. The pathology seems to indicate the tumor was benign. Hopefully next Tuesday the drain will be removed. Your continued prayers would be appreciated.
Swinging aloft on a willow spray that hung o`er the water,
Shook from his little throat such floods of delirious music,
That the whole air and the woods and the waves seemed silent to listen.
-- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow