Tomorrow morning at approximately 8:30 am the stem cell transplant takes off.
Today I tried to get the birds in motion
This was actually a little squirmish like we want Jim's stem cells to have with ML's.
Front or back?
ML sent some pictures of Jim and her husband Philip at the Citadel.
Thanks to whomever took these pictures!
So back to my regular walk patter.
Look who's back already.
I got close to the gazebo but not too close.
There will be quite a clean up this year.
The lost shoes made it through the winter.
I hope that eventually something grows through them but they look pretty indestructible.
I saw a couple of new birds.
This downy woodpecker was hammering away at dead limbs. Lots to choose from!
He had a little red on his neck.
Pretty far away but it looked like he was trying to impress this robin.
Barking up the wrong tree I think.
This is a European starling.
It'll be solid black with a little green in the summer.
Harry headed straight for the cat nip pot.
He seemed to find something!
Now that's optimism.
Still a bit wet for a cat.
But this happened for the first time this year:
He's still very nervous about cars so he'll enjoy hanging out in uncle Henry's nice quiet back yard soon. Sorry about the bedazzled harness Henry.
Harry's hoping for maybe a new peacock feather to play with there too.
This one is toast.
Still a bit of a dream: