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Monday, October 24, 2011


 I took this autumn shot yesterday near where I am staying. I have it as a background on my monitor now. Two of my girls came to visit me. It was delightful to have time with them. I am missing home.
 I haven't been able to get out to do much photography but got desperate one day and found some toadstools under the walnut tree to photograph. They didn't complain. LOL
 Here they are fully opened.
 I've had some cute animal pic's in my photo's for quite some time and thought you'd like to see a few. I love how gentle this big hound is with the tiny kitten. How sweet! And the kitten is so trusting!! That dog could easily inhale the little thing.
You'll have to enlarge this to see it clearly. I have raised chickens and kittens too. I sure would have surprised me to find a nest like this!
Oops!! I just found out it won't enlarge. It's little gray kitties with the eggs. Some old hen is going to be surprised when they try to nurse!

I have been at my friends place for 5 weeks now. He is in the hospital again with a staff infection in his blood. He has pancreatic cancer which has spread and he has jaundice so has had a couple surgeries to put stents in to drain his liver. He is very weak. If you feel led to pray for him it is very appreciated. I know the Lord can heal him if it's His will, but it's so hard to see him suffering while we wait.
I hope all is well in each of your lives and Autumn has made your world as colorful as it is here.
God bless



Blogger Granny Annie said...

Hey, those are my kittens in the nest! Go to my side bar and read about them. Countryside Magazine published my story about the hen and mama cat that fought over the kittens. How fun to see this here.


I will be praying for your friend. I loved the pictures, they were so wonderful and real. It was a blessing to my eyes.Thanks, connie

Blogger Ralph said...

That picture would be on monitor as well - If I had taken it.

Anonymous rsctt said...

beautiful pictures!

Blogger Rachel said...

Beautiful photos Ann. It's been awhile since you posted. I hope your friend is still with us, but from the sounds of it...he might not by now. Anyway, I'll be saying a prayer for all. Hope you are okay dear lady!


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