She belongs to Morning's Minion. She is 20 years old and, I don't know, but I suspect that she will be going with them when they make their big move soon. The white fleck on her neck is from the scanner. Doesn't she look sweet and gentle? This is the first horse I have drawn.
I met her on The Weaver of Grass. I called her 'Daisy' just because that's the only name I know for a cow. She is really only a calf but she has beautiful eyes. I think after these two attempts I'm going to try doing more animals. But first I have a wonderful rooster of gorgeous colors that I might try this weekend.
Driving back from San Diego one day last week, we saw this line of black birds. It was quite strange to see because there were such a lot of them and they were all in a line.
Getting closer we could see a pelican or two among them as well as a couple of seagulls. I couldn't get any closer because we were in a 'no stopping' zone. I'm pretty sure they were cormorants because of the angle they held their beaks (up in the air). We decided there must have been an outlet of warm water there in the bay and they were enjoying a warm bath -- though it wasn't a particularly cold day. It must have been about 65 degrees but the water would probably be in the fifties.
In loving memory of my wonderful friend, JoEllen Penman
who very suddenly went to be with her Savior and Lord last Monday. She was, what I called jokingly, my "partner-in-crime" as we worked together at Victory Christian School. I praise God for the many happy times we shared together. She will be so missed by the girls who were in her Bible Class.