As I walked him in and left him to go into the lunchroom to join the other kids the look on his face made my heart ache a little as he truly looked scared.
As I drove home I remembered some days when I saw that look on my kids faces. Not normally on his dad's face but usually on his aunt T's face anytime she started something new.
They are working on the road and bridge this morning with two different crews and they have a jammed up traffic mess for me to drive through.
I did the chores and had breakfast on another very seasonally cool morning. I took a nice long walk and then got the weekly laundry started before I headed back outside to the blackberry patch.
This is a web pic of what the hawk looked like. By a feather left behind from all his escape attempts I think it was a Red Tailed Hawk that looked like this one.
Luckily there was three of them so they could take turns carrying the cage back to their car.
I had a late lunch and then the rain began again.
Daughter picked up g-son from his workshop and he went berry picking with her. Thankfully the rain didn't reach the berry field before she had 10 gallons picked. G-son picked one gallon then played in the field.
She came by here to get some old pillow cases and material strips for a project she found. G-son went with her for the rest of the afternoon.
I finished laundry and when hubbie got home we went outside to do some trimming. The rain was very light and only left about 1/10th inch in the gauge, just enough to make it sticky and get things wet again.
I cut weeds out of several of my plant beds and trimmed a couple bushes that were getting into our walking paths. All this damp rainy weather is really encouraging unwanted things to grow well.
After getting the evening chores done and visiting with Aaron and Evy who came by to pick up some eggs I walked down to d-in-love's to get some old cereal for the hens. I wanted to get some pics of all the construction down there anyway.
Good Night and God Bless.