No, ducky is not dead, but just sleeping.
Fell to sleep, then fell straight back...
It's hard work breaking out of that egg!
Go see the hatching here!
This old car has obviously been a part of the landscape around my parents home for many years longer than they've lived here. So tell me why I've never been aware enough of it to take even one photo of it over the 25+ years they've lived here?? Observant, aren't I?
Just beyond this ~beauty~ is a junk yard of old that is loaded with all kinds of glass which our family has rooted around in for all the years our folks have lived here.
And I've never noticed that old jalopy? Really? Just put me out to pasture.
Update: That old car is a '46 Chevy Fleetline. Friend Kacey figured it out.
Go here to see a Fleetline in all its glory.
Labels: Missouri '11
If I can't have my Connecticut daffodils, I'll just have to swoon over the daffs that are once again gracing the front of my parents Missourahhhh home. (Spring-time in Missouri is just beautiful...usually...unless there's a killing April freeze - and that's happened more than once!)
Our daffodils began to bloom, then it became overcast and a cold-front moved through. Must say other folks daffodils are blooming in gardens around us. I don't know what's wrong with mine! :(
Enjoy the above MO view, and if I ever have a CT view, I'll share it!