The birds have been flocking in huge amounts to my feeders and there are a pair of hawks that live nearby, so this one decided to drop by for a smorgasbord. He/she swooped in yesterday again, not sure if the hawk caught anyone, but man, if you were a little bird, are they menacing. Otherwise, as a human, they’re beautiful birds.
I love the shadows of the wild, wicked claws on the fence, don’t you?
Still sick, have a viral not bacterial infection, so no antibiotics will work. I couldn’t get anything done on Monday, except went to the doctor to learn that and picked up a sack full of cough syrups and sore throat stuff, and more vitamin C. My brain was on slo-mo and I couldn’t think or concentrate because of lack of sleep.
Yesterday, I managed 4,000 words on Wolf in Need. I have my word count that I was shooting for. Just need to finish the novella.
The little girl was actually with a buzzard, not a hawk, and the other is a vulture. The birds were at the Renaissance Festival, and are all rescue birds.
Okay, granddaughter is here, no hat and gloves, so we probably won’t take a walk unless I can find another pair of gloves in my house. Her daddy was running late, hit the snooze button on his alarm, and her shoes were on the wrong feet too. lol Grandma fixed. Wednesday, she had unmatched socks.
At least it’s Friday!
I’m up to chapter 16 on proofing Falling for the Cougar, 50 pages to go. But of course with a toddler here, it’s iffy about working on it. We’re playing musical laps. Max is on my lap whenever Keira wants off it, and then she wants up again. lol