Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Dawn of a new day....

The sun rises over the pasture, the heron take to the sky, while the fattening bully calves call softly to each other in the foggy mist that rolls across the landscape on this cool autumn morn.

I love moments like this...I have snuck out of bed before the children are awake and all is still and quiet in the house...I took the photo above, just a few moments ago, from the top of our driveway looking across the road...If you click and enlarge the photo you will see the birds in the air and just can make out the backs of a couple of the young calves sticking out of the high grass.

Today promises to be another busy one, so starting it with a little country quiet is good for the soul....Lil Sara is almost finished with her course of Anti-biotic for her Ear/Sinus infection, but last night the big daughter was complaining of a sore throat, so back to the Dr's I go today...We had planned to have Sara at Daycare early and hit the ground running on some of the work around here...Like getting the last few bits out of the Mobile home and get it prepped for painting...Now we will just have to wait and see what time I can get Mic into the Dr's as to whether Sara goes today or tomorrow...Not to mention Mic was supposed to be an extra set of hands today....hmmm wonder if she is faking..Joking.

Well the wee one is now awake and the quiet is interrupted with the pitter patter of her busy little feet and early morning children's programming, so I will leave it there for now...I hope yall are having a wonderful week so far.

Love Kelsie


Brenda ~ Shabby Cats and Roses said...

Hi Kelsie :) What a beautiful sunrise! And Sara is such a little cutie pie!! Thanks so much for visiting my Bear's Teaparty post yesterday, and for your always lovely comment :) I am feeling much better today, but still not quite 100%...yet :)

Warmest hugs, Brenda

sissie said...

What a lovely scene to wake up to!
So peaceful and serene. Glad you captured it.

Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment.

I hope your children feel better.