Featuring Digital PhotoArt of Rainbow Creek
by: brendasue

The Birds of Rainbow Creek

The Birds of Rainbow Creek
by: brendasue of Kates Cabin Bird Sanctuary in Waller County, Texas

Monday, May 17, 2010

The Internet is Back On! Hurry, Read this before it goes off Again! by: brendasue

Welcome to Everyone in the World.

We are starting our class on the rooftop deck today.
So come on up and see what is happening today.

Here is Kay Lonnie Wray (The Star) with the little King and Sissy. They are waiting for all of you to get here.

Come on up!

Last Call for the mini Nature Class.

Kay Lonnie is pleased that the other dogs are finally giving her the respect she deserves as the 'Star'.

The little King offers her a Kiss.

Noooooooooooooooooooo  she says.

Sissy steps up to say that she would be happy to have the kiss.

The little King thinks that idea is disgusting, so he leaves.

So Sissy tells Kay Lonnie how much she admires the new Diamond Necklace.

Yes, Diamonds have indeed improved Kay Lonnie's attitude.

Her 'Star" confidence has returned.

And she is singing again with Joy!

It seems Diamonds are a girl's best friend (according to Kay)
(And please do not tell her they are not real).

Let the Class Begin!     Thanks Kay Lonnie.

This is why we are on the roof, to see how Rambo's Twins are doing!
Looking Good.

Hi Everybody!  Welcome to Rainbow Creek.

No one has sent in names for the twins yet.  Anybody have some names for these baby birds?

Our Photostudy today is on this wierd flower named 'Kangaroo Paws'.

The name suggests it is similar to the look of Kangaroo Paws.

However, we have no Kangaroos in Texas, so I have no point of reference on the exact look of Kanagaroo Paws.

We are able to see these unusual flowers.

We can realize and appreciate that all living things are different in looks, yet equally alive.

These fuzzy flowers are in the garden of my neighbor, Kae.

One of the great gifts of gardening is to be able to share your experience with gardening friends.

Kae called me up and said "brendasue you must come see these Kangaroo Paws".

So Here they are for You.

I think it sounds fun to say: Happy Kangaroo to You

Do you feel it?
Do you feel the fun in sharing this flower in Kae's Garden?

That Is What It Feels Like To Be Human-
Caring and Sharing Life's Experiences.

Goodnight Willow

And to All: sleep tight.  I am holding You in my Prayers Tonight.

....this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek

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