Tuesday, December 20, 2016

With all the hustle and bustle of Christmas just a few short days away, hubby managed to see this hawk sitting on our railing and got a picture.  I do love winter when the hawks occasionally come by, the doves and sparrows hang out in our trees.  For some reason, I just glanced outside and saw  a red squirrel in our neighbors tree; that may not seem unusual to you, but we don't see them very much here.  However, I have noticed that lately there seem to be more and more.  It's a beautiful day out and I'm going down to the sewing room to finish Little Man's lap quilt.  It is so him-the fabric is wildlife prevalent here in Colorado and I just did a few lines on it; it is all boy and will hold up, I hope, with his craziness.  I'll post a picture tomorrow.
Lunch time will find me meeting my friend Kam; she is a Christmas baby and so we celebrate her birthday early.
That's about all I have going-just working on wrapping up gifts and getting ready for a sleepover with our two oldest grandsons tomorrow night.   They bought the new Bourne movie after seeing it with their dad and we'll be watching it.
Until tomorrow-blessings to you!


  1. Good thing he got a pic since the hawk came and posed!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  2. Christmas babies some times feel cheated..so it's nice you are meeting your friend for lunch. Love the hawk picture. Looking forward to seeing the quilt. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

  3. Oh those wonderful times we are graced with when we get those grandkids for extra special times. We are going to have our oldest daughters three boys all next week and I'm planning some wonderful activities for our time together. Of course sledding is always on the list. I love sledding with my boys! Just love sledding really. :-)
    Looking forward to seeing your gifts.
    What a great photo of that hawk, wow!

    Have a great evening~~


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