Where is the year going to!
Birdie's DU Summaries 2018
In reply to SheilaFE:
Good morning, SheilaFe, It just keeps on slipping by, doesn't it?
In reply to June Spradlin:
Thanks for the new thread, June. Hope you are well.
In reply to Gardenbirder:
Good evening all. Thankyou for the October welcome. Time just flies and it won't be long before the ospreys are returning.
All our swallows seem to have left the skies are very much quieter and I realise just how much I miss them!
Will be going to buy our pumpkin soon we don't bother making lanterns just enjoy eating them!
Planning to retire this year getting a bit tired! I think you just get to a point when you realise it's time for change!! Been doing my job for 28 years now!! I would love to visit all the osprey centres!
In reply to 58willow:
Lovely photo of Loch Garten !
When you retire, Willow, you probably will be able to visit many, maybe ALL, of them.
I just buy pumpkins and place them on the front porch. I have a 18 inch white, a larger speckled green & white crookneck and several 6 & 8 inch yellow and orange. I probably won't try to cook them.
ANN yes, I am well, thank you. As are you, I trust. Hope we can all keep in touch a wee bit as fall and winter draw on.
June, Yes, thanks, I am well, or at least I have nothing terminal as far as I know! Just a few aches and pains due to getting older!
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