Our first spring in Boise has been wonderful. The plants in the front and back yards are all new to us. We figured we would just watch them over the spring, summer, and fall. Then we will have a better idea of what ones will stay and what will be replaced next year.
The best part of spring has been the birds. Most are varieties that we’ve not had the pleasure of seeing before. They are quite colorful too. In fact, we can spend many hours each day just sitting on the patio and watching the birds. We are getting pretty good at identifying some of them. I do miss the Blue Jays that frequented our yard in Northern California. But I do not miss all the crows and their constant squawking. We even have seagulls, not many of them, but enough to remind me of my teens year growing up in Huntington Beach.
Each day I look forward to grabbing a fresh, hot cuppa coffee or tea and my camera and heading out to the patio. Next thing I know is that the sun is setting…and that happens about 10:00 at night. Then I find myself wondering where the day has gone.
My time spent watching the Boise springtime in my backyard maybe why I have forgotten to get many of the June Scripture and a Snapshot posted here. Please allow me to get caught up on this right now.
Now that summer has arrived, I hope that I will be a little better about posting in a more timely fashion. I hope your spring was a great one and I wish you the best summer ever.