Friday, July 3, 2015

#46 Quitting Time

This afternoon a crew was cleaning the banks of the canal behind my house. Once or twice a year they come along and whack the weeds and prune trees along the banks of this little canal. Today was their day in this 91 degree temperature with the feel of 100 degrees.  All the men were fully dressed from head to foot. This guy was the first one to call it quits a few minutes before 4 PM. I can't imagine how hot and tired he is, how hungry and thirsty, as he continued to pull up his shirt and rubbed his belly. Then yawned and drank straight out of the water jug.
They left at four or so with intentions of cleaning up, filling their empty stomachs and quenching their thirst. And celebrate the July 4th weekend.

Thursday, July 2, 2015

#45 The Pine Cone

It looks like the squirrels are busy cutting off Pine Cones. A number of these cones are laying on my street.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

#44 A Selfie

A selfie on Nokomis Beach.
I love this picture for what it represents.

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

#43 Peter Rabbit

Typical Peter Rabbit, he thought he was well hidden behind a few weeds. But he just had to peep and see what I was doing with that something black I pointed at him. Behind me sat the Mocking Bird watching both Peter Rabbit and myself. Nature is very interesting when I take the time to observe it.

Sunday, June 28, 2015

#41 Summer Shower

This afternoon we had a five minute mini down pour. There was one lone man on he street and he got soaked. I am assuming he dried off again. We are in need for more rain, although it is not overly dry.

Saturday, June 27, 2015

#40 Luke and Susan

Susan always has a Word from the Lord and speaks blessings over me. When I agree with her, which I always do unless Luke wants to treat me with ice cream, she raises her hands and praises God.
 Quite a few times Luke comes riding into the park, whistling a tune. If he has his pockets full of candy he offers me some. He has a heart of gold and will give me the shirt off his back if I needed it. 
The more friends I have, the less enemies I have.