Thursday, June 9, 2016

We Got Ducks And Lots Of Them!

This is our back yard...nearest to the pond!
The top part of this photo contains baby geese...the bottom...ducks...we see them walking every where! In the driveway and in the front yard! We are overrun with ducks. They are really sweet ducks!

Finished this and I really don't know what to tell you about it! I reviewed it and I am still thinking about it. A disastrous relationship that somehow seems right? It was good just sort of different...I think...probably not for the timid...just teasing!

Up next...

Okie dokie...

Off to finish off a few chores and treat myself to a few Diagnosis Murder episodes! Get this...I was lucky enough to catch the Christmas Special the other day...Dick Van Dyke's entire family was singing! Thrilling! Heeheehee!

I might be binge watching Murder She Wrote next or perhaps even Hart To Hart!

 

I truly don't know how this happened to me! Oh yes! Netflix!

Hugs,

Patty

 

10 comments:

  1. Hart to Hart!! I remember that show.

    The day is really dragging here at work but I am about the head off to lunch. I have grilled salmon and scalloped potatoes and Firefly Summer to read.

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    1. That's the perfect lunch scenario! Enjoy!

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  2. The Harts were so glamorous, weren't they? I'll be reading Monsters soon - not for the faint of timid? Ok, I've been warned, haha. Ducks are just the sweetest and then add in ducklings...

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    1. Every once in a while we get nests and eggs in our plants!

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  3. I love seeing the ducks and geese in our neighborhood but they sure do make a mess.

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  4. I love Jessica Fletcher!

    Enjoy those ducks and geese...and thanks for sharing.

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    1. I can't stop watching Murder She Wrote!

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  5. How cool to have parades of cute ducks pass by. That is so awesome. It's been heartwarming to see in the news how police officers make sure they get safely to their destination.

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    1. I know...here they take refuge under our decks!

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