6 Ways from Sunday


Afternoon drive to see if the flooded campgrounds have opened back up.  Just never know what you might find out there..Was he lost?  Did he float in?  He'll never tell.  


Just hanging..seriously...it's too hot to even move. 
Come ON, Fall! 


Nothing like a surprise guest in the cat's water bowl
to liven up my morning.  Katie was not amused. 


Purple in the shade...
The Texas Sage I transplanted has finally decided to bloom.  
Pink In the sun...


Have a happy and safe Labor Day weekend!
I'll be spending mine trying to fill in a few holes in my family tree.


49 comments:

  1. love that silly squirrel and great shot of the rooster where ever he came from.. i wonder if chickens can swim or float.. the frog in the water dish is hilarious and i know that went over like a lead balloon...

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  2. too, too cute on the froggy in the waterbowl. :)

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  3. Nice photos - and I love the purples and pinks!

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  4. Hello Terri, I love the rooster. I hope he remembers his way home. Cute capture of the frog. Your flowers are lovely. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

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  5. Love them all.
    Have a wonderful, productive, fun-filled weekend.

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  6. Love the frog, he's just chillin'
    Don't know about chickens swimming - no webbed feet, but fairly waterproof. They can fly if the wing isn't clipped.

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  7. Our Purple Sage has bloomed heavily recently but we didn't get our rain.

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  8. Looks like you are making headway on your tree

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  9. Lots of creatures hip hopping down your way! And lots of gorgeous blooms to attract more!

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  10. too wet, too hot, too much water, and so much beautiful, those flowers zing with colour.

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  11. That little water bowl frog is adorable.

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  12. Stunning flowers and smiled about the enterprising frog seeking water anywhere. But most of all, I loved the hang of the squirrel. Great photos.

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  13. Well - that was a surprise in the water bowl! And the chicken, too!

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  14. Must have been fun at your place this morning. :-)

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  15. Great photography. Loved the big frog in a small pond and squirrels always amuse me. They are such bright eyed, athletic and smart little beggars.

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  16. With real/feels-like temps running close to 90/100F, we will be staying in the AC for the next few days. This will change around midweek, and I fully expect it to be the last torrid heat wave of the year for us.

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  17. Love the photo of the rooster. Yes, you do have to wonder from whereto he came. Hope you had a very productive long weekend tracing your family heritage.

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  18. LOL! Resting squirrels always make me laugh!

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  19. Great set of pictures.Enjoy the weekend.

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  20. Great variety of critters! Love the chicken! Good luck with your genealogy work! It's time consuming and sometimes so difficult!

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  21. Some amusing snaps here, love the frog in the cats dish - I don't think our cat would be amused either.
    Have a nice weekend.

    Diana

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  22. Your Mexican Sage is beautiful! I suppose it likes the heat! :)

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  23. Love the rooster shot, even though I don't love roosters!

    Have a great rest of the weekend!

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  24. The squirrel is adorable and I love the little frog. I hope he found a better place than the waterbowl.

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  25. cute critters and a gorgeous purple blooms!!!!!

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  26. He sure is a pretty rooster. I hate I missed your post with the guineas. Those pictures are great! Guineas are strange characters alright! We have thirteen adults and one hen just hatched thirteen babies. Something about the number thirteen and guineas. I caught thirteen babies late last summer and raised eight of them.

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  27. Great pictures,Terri! Your Texas Sage is beautiful. Have a nice holiday!

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  28. Great rooster picture but not so much of the froggy though cute.Blessings Francine.

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  29. Hope you have a nice weekend, too! Love the lost rooster!

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  30. I'd say froggy is lucky to still be jumping after bathing in the cats bowl.

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  31. some cute shots. Good luck with the tree

    ...and a great Labor Day to u 2

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  32. Hi Terri, What beautiful photos you take. We are having a warm day here today, but the breeze feels so much like fall. I'm looking forward to the changing weather, if only we could skip heavy winters. Have a wonderful Labor Day.
    Noreen

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  33. The frog in the water bowl gave me a good chuckle! Good luck filling in the family tree. I love that stuff!

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  34. gorgeous blooms! love the toad/frog shot. ( ;

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  35. What lovely pictures. I hope you have lots of good luck on the family tree.
    Have a wonderful day and I hope it cools off for you too.

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  36. Oh, Terri, I so love that chicken shot...others are nice but I just happen to love chicken photos. They are right up there with barns, eagles, etc. Have fun with your ancestry!

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  37. Terri- GREAT shots- love the frog in the watering dish...lol Hope you have a great day- xo Diana

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  38. Great shots!
    Please drop by http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/09/allium-glorious.html to see some more great photos & link up while you're there!

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  39. Great shot of that chicken.
    Cute squirrel and a fun visitor to the cat's water bowl.
    Very pretty flower shots.

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  40. The rooster and the frog crack me up.
    I started a closed fb group for rural living bloggers. If you are interested you can search for 'rural living bloggers' and join. I thought it would be a good place to chat about gardening and farming and blogging in one place.

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  41. I love the flowers. Can't help laughing at the tiny frog. have some in my garden too. They does give me surprises now and then

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  42. Poor kitty! Frogs are Ok as long as they know their place ... My daughter keeps finding liittle guys like that in their hot tub, she's not amused either! Hope the rain is over! Weather has been so weird!

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  43. haha...cleaned that water bowl lately? :O]

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  44. Exciting to see your family tree. Hubby and I are well into ours now and having so much fun discovering. Fantastic flowers! Thank you so much fo sharing with Today's Flowers, and happy weekend :)

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  45. Beautiful photos, Terri!
    Working on your family tree is such an undertaking-good luck.

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