The weather was quite dismal yesterday. To make up for being cooped up inside, we headed to a couple of farms today. First, we headed back to the same park just a few minutes away to where someone’s farm houses this flightless bird. It might not be the same bird from my previous post since they have more than one of these walking around. I happen to think it’s cute even when my husband begs to differ.
Looking for a domicile in another state is almost impossible. It appears ads for house/apartments for rent has been a boon for Nigerian scammers. Can you imagine one had the audacity to fabricate the whole bit of telling us a friend of ours couldn’t check the place out since they are in Boise. Not only that, the same one put up a listing that did not check out on another website that has the exact house address. The other one claimed to be in Colorado while the listing is in UT, but of course, they want us to send the deposit along with our Social Security numbers. Seriously. May the Lord have mercy on their souls for trying to scam people. To those who are seeking for a place to live, definitely beware.
Along with the Robin that is almost always present, Brewer’s blackbirds frequent this place.
Our second stop was back at the Strawberry farm. We ran out so we decided to pick more berries today. I decided to take pictures of flowers instead while we were there.
Such fortunate lilies. They have no concerns about clothing nor look for a place to live, but, I don’t mind staying here for a bit longer just enough to see the flowers I planted in the backyard mature. If God closes the door on our moving to UT, I’m okay with that. It can get quite hot over there.
These flowers are so tiny and delicate with such lovely colors.
“Surely none who wait for You will be put to shame; but those who are faithless without cause will be disgraced.”
This bee is content being in the same place as long as there’s nectar.
“The LORD is good to those who wait for Him, To the soul who seeks Him.”