Butterscotch, as usual, insisted I carry her while doing my rounds. Poor thing was just shivering! She even let me half-cover her with the down-filled coat I was wearing. Any more than half made her nervous. 😀
As I write this, we are starting to wind down from several busy days. Christmas Day itself, we try to keep more of a quiet affair. The fifth candle of our advent wreath has been lit, we have had our dinner, and it is time to get some rest before we continue with our holiday activities.
We’ve got a duo that visits regularly, and a trio – and sometimes, they all come at once!
I don’t know what has their attention out there, but I do know that sometimes, they get the attention of people driving by on the road! There isn’t much that can be seen through the lilac bushes along the fence, but it’s enough that I’ve seen people stop, turn around at the intersection, and slowly make their way back again, slowly.
Time like that, I think of the kinds of trees we’ll be planting as a windbreak all long the fence line.
We may be in the boonies, but sometimes it’s not boonies enough for me! 😀