Patch is back, don’t you think he is a chick magnet.
His only drawback is that he is a biter.
And the girls love and fear of him at the same time.
So he ended up walking himself.
Lee was afraid to come out and play.
Perhaps a treat from his owner might calm him down.
Bo was trying to discipline him, not sure if he understood the lecture.
My niece agreed to levitate for me today, but for a small fee. I can’t believe my model is getting expensive, it was $5 for less than 5 minutes of jumping. I made her jump longer than normal, it’s a good exercise. 😉
I live less than 10 miles from my dad and the cold frosty night last week didn’t do any damage to my garden, but I can’t say the same about my dad’s garden. I think it might be that I have big trees in my backyard and my dad’s backyard sits on top of a hill, perhaps it might be colder in his area also.
My sister didn’t cover up the cucumber plants because it was so windy the night of the frost, and several didn’t make it and the ones that did don’t look too good.
The snow peas don’t look too good either.
The ones in the raised bed are doing okay and I heard that it is because the raised bed collects heat during the daytime and is warmer at night.
My dad’s Asian corns finally sprouted.
The Thai eggplant and chili pepper seedlings took a growth spurt, finally.
This might look better close up but I want my oldest sister to see how tall this rosebush has gotten. I planted it years ago, it is at least 15 year old.
More flowers from my dad’s front yard.
I do wish that I have a macro lens, it would be so neat to see a bug’s life.
All photos were taken with Canon T2i, and EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens.