I was being annoying to Lisa because she was hounding me for dinner, and it wasn’t time yet. She surprised me by being incredibly tolerant and cute.
Needless to say, she got a bunch of kitty treats for being so nice.
This summer I had the pleasure of watching many Barn Swallows feeding their young hatchlings. There were nests lined up all along the awnings, like a little bird community.
This video shows how flexible the Egret’s neck is while preening its feathers. This bird is so white, I can’t imagine how difficult it is to keep itself so brilliantly clean that it shines in the sunlight.
Its plumage seems like silky strands of flowing hair instead of the kind of stiff looking feathers that a bird generally has. It really is a beautiful bird to see in person.
I was so lucky the footage in this next video – one day on an impulse I got a ride to the wetlands and walked for a while, through some large mud puddles even. Then I spotted this glowing figure in a tree, it was almost like a ghost.
The Egret took flight and landed about 15 feet from me and began its hunt for dinner.
I was remembering oh so long ago when I used to watch Tenchi Muyo on VHS… Ah! Those were the days.
I had several tapes of the “Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki” variety and I just LOVED that little cabbit.
I always wanted to draw a picture from the episodes but alas, the screen was too blurry and pixilated to do the character any justice. Now I’m ALL GROWN UP! and I have a computer, Yay!