The waterfall pond was the place to be this hot Texas morning. We have a good crop of pond frogs this year.
Our deer population at my small Texas homestead feels the summer heat, just like my miniature donkeys. This tender-looking doe discovered the mineral block we recently put out for our donkeys. I look at her long, elegant face and wonder at the natural beauty around me. I’m hoping to see fawns with her soon.
He crept up so slowly. Watchful eyes. Translucent ears. A simple snack of grass seeds. A morning feast.
The strangest of color signs this morning. Our yellow lilies, which have been a frothy yellow tide this spring, suddenly added a cousin with blood-red hues.
Then as I was drinking my morning coffee, the neighbor’s peacock made a haughty appearance in the yard, complete with Edward Goreyish unearthly cries. Hmmm… a mystery is afoot.