Chill day

Chilling:  Today I have little to nothing I want or need to accomplish, and it is nice to just let the mind  and the body find their way through the day aimlessly. Life is pretty good today πŸ™‚

Bird: updated my Bird of the Week or maybe the Bird of the Month lately. This week it is a Roadrunner.
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Another
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Exercise: I walk and stretched this morning afternoon and I even track my walk with MY TRACKS but then I forgot to turn it off after my walk 😦  Maybe it an old dude thing …..?

Enjoyed my Chilling day: Well the day is coming to an end and I have enjoyed the nothingness of the day πŸ™‚ I like a day like this one now and again but not too many, I mostly like a little something to do here and there. Even if I am not volunteering I usually find little things to do, mind you, many of those things are from a setting position o_O but not all.

Night folks

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6 thoughts on “Chill day

  1. Our roadrunner was out this morning, teasing my camera. He even got up in a mesquite tree so he could survey his kingdom. A dove had the audacity to fly into the tree, but he ran it out. And then he climbed down himself. Sometimes they sort of glide from a tree to the ground, but this time he climbed down like a monkey!

    Virtual hugs,

    Judie

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    1. They are fun birds to watch if they are people friendly, they pay little attention to you and just do their antic. It is neat having them around.

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  2. When we had the roadrunner family being raised in the hedge next to our deck, they seemed not to be concerned with our presence. But that was a couple of years ago, so I don’t know if the roadrunners we have now are the two babies from that nest, or just random passers by! I see one at a time, usually, but on occasion there are two. None of them ever returned to the nest after they fledged. It is starting to come apart now. A lot of birds go into that hedge, but none have ever shown any interest in the nest. There are a lot of berries now, so the mockingbirds have taken over this huge pyracantha hedge.

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