Friday, November 4, 2022

Nature Friday

 We are joining Rosy again this week for Nature Friday~~

Nope, not looking, mom.

In our garden, the Foxglove is still blooming away!
The Lavender doesn't want to quit!
Miss RubyButterfly Bush is still going strong~
The peeps next door let their chickens into their fenced in garden to free range.   The chickens love it but it makes us nervous if they leave their home for work and leave the chickens out.   Mom was raking the other day and she spotted a bobcat right behind Landlord Bob's pick up truck.   How bold is that!   Mr Bobcat would have no problems climbing the posts and scaling that fence.     Please be safe, little chickens.
I don't feel like smiling today, mom~
Happy Friday, everybuddy!

Love ya lots♥


  1. Molly, most days I don't like looking at the camera either. And can't mom tell that you are not smiling 'cos you're worried about those chickens?

  2. Hari OM
    Oh, I join in the concern about the chooks v the bobcat, Molly... pawhaps you need to become their canine guardian... though if I know bobcats, even that might not be safe! I wish them all well - and am impressed that you still have so much colour on the bushes! Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

  3. We're pondering much the same ~ Molly is worried about the chicks in the pen we're sure, thus the concern on her face ... Mr B-Cat is the scary one in the neighborhood. Shoo!

  4. Foxglove is so pretty, but it screams spring, not fall. Everything in our area has died and all the leaves are pretty much gone now. We are ready for the snow to fly, hopefully soon.

  5. Oh No Molly leaving the chickens out like that is a not a wise thing. Some humans ....arrrrrg
    Your foxglove is your shade of pink
    Hugs to you my sweet friend and your mom

  6. Molly ~ you 'steal the show' ~ but gorgeous floral photos too ~ Xo

    Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days ~
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  7. Charlee: "Here, chicken chicken chicken ..."
    Lulu: "Oh just stop. You would be scared of a chicken. It's probably as big as you!"

  8. ooh a bobcat? please be careful... and we hope the cats are not too attracted by the chicks.....

  9. Perk up sweet Molly!! Be happy and smile!!!!

    The first week of Nov. and you have beautiful blooms still!!

    I'm not worried about the chickens. They can be replaced easily...
    But YOU!! BE careful of that bobcat.

  10. Love the flowers and the chickens, but you're the best of all the photographs.

    Have a woof woof day and weekend, Miss Molly. My best to your mom. ♥

  11. Al our trees are naked. We're still in a drought and have very strong winds so the leaves all blew off. Thanks for sharing your flowers with us. Maybe next year we'll have a more normal summer, though I doubt it.

  12. have more blooms than we do, Molly!!

    Those poor chickens, we hope they don;t end up as some Bobcat's dinner!

  13. WOW, that's scary there is a bobcat out n' about. You do look very pretty out there though sweet Molly.

  14. Oh Molly! What glorious flowers you still have! We did too until this moring! We woke up to 6 inches of snow covering everything. We hope the chickens are OK. Keep being AWESOME! Purrs Marv

  15. You sure have some pretty flowers in your yard, Molly. Those chickens are lucky your mom was there to scare Bob the Cat away. We've had warm weather, but everything has stopped blooming because we've had a hard frost recently.

  16. So THAT'S where BobTheKhat went off to now that The Creamery is closed until Spring!

    AND with these khrazy temps, the blooms will stay bloomin'!

    PeeEssWoo: You'll have to trade the $aved fuel oil expen$e for biscuits!

  17. Wow, we can't believe you have so many flowers left. We do not really have any left. Lee and Phod

  18. What wonderful pictures and it is amazing that at this time of year those flowers are still going strong. we have had quite a few days of heavy rain which has seen off most of the flowers now. We hope the chickens stay safe. We have had an outbreak of avian flu in the UK so those who own chickens are having to keep them in, which at least is safe as nothing can get them in their houses. Molly you are just like Treacle was and would not look at the camera!!! Coco has not learnt that trick yet!!! Hugs & Love, Susie & Coco xxx

  19. Hi, Molly! Nice to be sharing in Miss Ann's features about doggos today!
    Your flowers look like they are hoping the warm days are spring and not middle of fall!
    We don't always want to look at the camera either...or we don't smile...or well, you know! BOL!

  20. Oh I love Fox Glove. I have never seen one.