This is yesterday morning' s sunrise. There's crop dust in the air around these parts.
I did do some decorating for fall on the porch. This little table is a perfect place to decorate.
The neighbor man is cutting soy beans this week. Here he is down the road. You can see some of the dust.
His uncle Rich helps since he retired from his career job.
Our great grandson Max is getting a big boy hair cut. Good thing he has that lollipop to take his mind of the buzzing of the clippers. :):)
Oh look at our sweet Luke, he is five months old now. Such a happy baby.
This picture shows he is teething, always drooling. I want you to look at those big blue eyes. His mommy is a sweetheart and always shares her photos of the boys.
On the 18th of last week, a cat came to visit or stay, not sure which. I gave him some milk. he loved it. This cat is pretty like he may have been a house cat. But is somewhat thin and scared. My daughter Kathy has posted his photo on a lost and found page.
We thought we had found his owners, but the more photos my daughter posted, the lady said it was not her cat. So I want to call him Stormy , because he came during a down pour that day. I hope the neighbors want him for a barn cat. We are not giving up on his owners just yet.
I wanted to show this little bottle of honey, that Cindy of Bee Lady From Hilltop Farm gave us when we met up at Horton's. Some sad news. she may be giving up her bee keeping this year. I thought it was so very kind of her to give us honey. :):) Cindy is a great fun loving girl. She is a bee keeper ( for now) , crafter, works like crazy with yarns. She is so talented. Love that girl.
I will end this post with the sunset, from Tuesday also. It isn't totally setting in this photo but it's pretty. Hope you are enjoying your week so far.
Still sending prayers for those left with so little or nothing from the hurricanes. XO