Last year about this same time I blogged about a nest of blue robin eggs, and that picture was also taken in my niece's yard. She and I share the love of nature, and that is obvious cuz we were on a tour of spring sightings the minute we stepped out of our car. There's something so neat to see oneself reflected in another family member....other than one's own child.
|Baby Bunnies Sound Asleep|
|Dainty Lily of the Valley|
Living Under a Hosta
|Whisps of White|
|See the mud?|
What started out to be a simple delivery of rhubarb, turned into a back yard nature tour of the nicest kind. Plants, flowers, birds, and animals know they're safe when they live close to my niece, cuz she's going to protect and watch out for them until they're old enough to be on their own.
I sure hope they enjoy the rhubarb. I just know she'll be making her Gramma B's scratch rhubarb cake. It's how generations hold onto each other, and in our family, food is the best way to do that!