Friday, December 31, 2021

Nature Friday

  We are joining Rosy this week for Nature Friday~~

 We don't have any nature outside, but for some reason there is a tree taking up space in our living room.  My parents say it is going away this week.   The worst part is, I don't think it is real.   




  1. The nature outside here is is not happy with the cold. We now have a herd of 12 year camped out on the S's lawn. There is not enough undergrowth from our over hot summer and the S's put out hay, originally for the fawns. The 2 big bucks do scare Cinnamon on her walks. We also have Otherwise we have a lot of birds and the cheeky raccoons! We have a winter snow warning so we can expect an addition to our thick blanket of snow. We too have a fake tree in our living room. It is covered with cat toys, which I, Marv, Love.
    Happy New Year, life is an adventure that's full of wonderful destinations. Wishing you many beautiful memories made in 2022

  2. That was a different spam above there as the first comment, that I have ever seen. I guess I down;t get out much.

  3. Real or not, it sure is pretty! Happy New Year from all of us!

  4. It's a lovely tree, no matter what.
    Happy New Year!

  5. We had two of those trees in our house, but they disappeared earlier this week. We think we saw two of the bigger grands hauling them off to the basement.

    Happy New Year!!!

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  6. Happy New Year to you all. We wish you good health, happy blogging and lots of love.

  7. BOL BOL BOL our mighty mini Dachshund Toto was the world's worse for drinking water out of the tree stand. We finally started using an artificial tree
    Hugs Cecilia

  8. Don't you see that same tree there every year, River? It's sorta like our seasonal stuffies that only come out at Christmas and then go away for a year. XOX Xena and Lucy and Chia

  9. Real or not, it sure is very pretty!


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