Today's song is "Born Free"!! Even though it was written about my distant cousins, I gave Mom permission to use pictures of some majestic, free creatures she took pictures of last weekend. We hope you enjoy the pictures and we dedicate it to our friends Ms. R her, Hubby and the beautiful creatures who share their farm.
Born free, as free as the wind blows
As free as the grass grows
Live free, and beauty surrounds you
The world still astounds you
Each time you look at a star
Stay free where no walls divide you
You are free as the roaring tide
So there is no need to hide
Born free, and life is worth living But only worth living 'Cause you are born free.
Please click on the below video to enjoy while listening to Mr. Andy Williams sing this beautiful song.
We thank you for stopping by to see us today,
Madi and Mom
Happy Tuesday to every 4 legger and their 2 leggers.
Inquiring minds have asked, what Mom is doing with her time now that she is retired. Well if you asked her, she'd say
Madi is a slave driver...she makes me work on her blog 24/7....
and that would be an untruth!!! When she is not upstairs slaving over lovingly working on my blog, she reads and crochets. She is currently reading 'Curiosity Thrilled the Cat' by Sopie Kelly. Rem's mom suggested this one. Mom is currently crocheting a curly scarf for my Sister...no it isn't a surprise...Sis picked out the yarn for her scarf.
She still has this stack to read, well she already read
Jack's. She will make a several baby afgans out of this large
skein of baby yarn. They will be donated to a local hospital for
their premmie nursery.
She and Dad take a walk every morning. Sometimes they
walk on trails and sometimes in the mall
Mom was trying to be artsy here....she says she didn't see
the bird poop when she took it. MOL
Mom correct me if I'm wrong, BUT I believe when your honey is standing under mistletoe you should be doing something other than taking pictures...... I'm just sayin'.....MOL
So you see Mom is staying really busy and doesn't know how in the world she ever had time to work at N. C. State University. Thanks for stopping by, Madi