But who's counting?
Micah and the Haiti team should be landing around 9:15 this evening. It will be good to have him home.
It's been a little quiet.
At least I had the peacocks to keep me occupied.
I've begun to feed them a couple times a day- just to socialize them a bit more, and get them used to coming around.
They'd begun to get a little wild, I think, and had taken to wandering quite a bit. I certainly don't mind if they end up staying here for always, but I didn't like that they were using the highway as their personal public transit system. I'd rather see them transported to a safer place than have them end up schmooshed all over the road. Too many cars and big trucks going by; not safe at all.
So, I switched up my thinking, and have gone from letting them fend for themselves (and wandering, hither and yon) to standing on the deck out back around 9:00 in the morning and 5:00 in the afternoon, talking to them and dropping pieces of bread.
Hmm... that begins to suggest a Crazy Peacock Lady...