Several weeks ago, I looked in the birdhouse and there was a very nice empty nest in there! I was a bit aggravated with myself that I hadn't noticed the bluebirds nesting and set up the birdcam. There is really no excuse for it since I regularly sat out on the patio in the evening and watched the bluebirds play.
Looks like a blue parakeet.
Love that Oklahoma sky.
We had a 5.1 (depending on what service you believe) earthquake, this morning. I was on the phone talking to Mimi and heard a loud BOOM. The girls went wild and Husband sprinted by to look out front.
That was a bit alarming.
I idly wondered if there had been a crash but didn't feel the house shake (I was in my easy chair with my feet up - what a life). Husband says it shook the house with a big bang. No aftershocks that I heard of and it wasn't enough to cause any damage around here. That was different...
Anyone know anything about Boniva? (other than that it is hawked by the Flying Nun?)
The doctor wants to put me on it for osteopenia but I am a bit skeptical. I don't know about this little old lady medication stuff. I don't want to collapse into a pile of chalk because my bones dissolve, but seems like they ought to have me exercise and take calcium and Vitamin D supplements, first. Plus, it is for menopausal woman, and surely I am not a menopausal woman!!
I think I may be. Hmm. If so, that was easy.
I'll think about it for awhile. I am not sure my insurance would pay for it, anyway. Mainly I just don't like taking medicine. Especially old lady medicine. I am beginning to think I may be past my physical prime. You'd think the results of gravity would have already given me a clue.
I worked on a wool felt project this afternoon but can't share it because it is a gift that I won't give over until early November. Wool felt seems really fun to work with and I may be able to use some of it in my art quilts. Since it doesn't really ravel, it could fill a niche. I have never worked with wool felt and was pleasantly surprised (so far) with how much I liked it. I poured over my quilting books for ideas but, as usual, didn't use a pattern. I have a block when it comes to patterns. A BLOCK, get it? heheh - quilter's humor...
It is after ten and I am turning into a pumpkin. Need to head to bed so I will be bright eyed for my painting class in the morning. We are starting a new project and he wants us there, early, for a demonstration. I think we're starting on abstraction.