( If you will use this Permalink again today you will be able to read this entry much better please do this for Dad. )
If you had as good a rest as I did last night I think that we are going to have a good day, we did have our usual troubles yesterday and I was tired at bed time and I think me being tired help me to sleep good, None of our problems were so bad, we were able to handle them
So now I am ready for my coffee which will soon be ready also the tea, come on in.
Picture by Dad.
( Click on this above you might get a glimps of Dad out there enjoying himself. )
Look Rock In the west.
The two cams in the Smokies, one in the eastern part and the other one in the west.
Purchase Knob In the east.
DAD'S OWN OUTDOOR WEB CAM This is new.
WEATHER This is AOL weather.
WEATHER . COM This link is very good also.
( I seem to use this every day, but I personally like and use it every day.)
. Be sure and see what Jim has to say today, I know that he will make you smile, Dad....
( I value this SMILE ALBUM very much. DAD )
Look at this link above and then tell me what you think about those SMILES. Is your smile there, if not I would be glad to have it, and remember that a smile is the same language in every country, and it don't cost you a cent to give, but it is worth very much to the ones that receive it, Help me out. DAD.
By Cindy Naas
My favorite birds are hummingbirds.
These tiny, vibrant creatures can bring a smile in an instant.
I love their natural curiosity and how they are able to appear motionless. Besides a hummingbird feeder, there are many plants that will attract them. Here are a few of my favorites.
1) Sunset Hyssop (Agastache rupestris)
All of the hyssops that have pink or orange flowers attract hummingbirds, but my favorite is Sunset hyssop. These flowers are a brilliant mixture of orange, purple and pink. When I worked at a water conservation garden, I loved pruning by this plant. The hummingbirds were always nearby, sparring. Sometimes they would zip right near my head to see what I was doing. This plant has a splendid scent - described as licorice or root beer. Once it is established, it is drought resistant
2) Hummingbird Trumpet (Zauschneria spp)
These trumpet-shaped flowers come Read the rest of this entry »
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