Hospital stays are not always a lot of fun. I got needles stuck in me drawing blood or injecting medicines. In fact they stuck me so many times that I no longer cast a shadow. I am sure my shadow will return just in time for me to go back in the hospital to have the other artery reamed out. Sure having lots of fun, yeh, right. Now, you all have a great day, you hear?
It has been a few days since I last posted. In case you are wondering where I have been, I will explain. I just had my third heart attack (yes, I had a couple of other ones, the first one I didn't tell anyone, the second one I had in Wal-Mart and made it home and the last one (also in Wal-Mart) I went to the doctor's who sent me to the hospital.) I am now the owner of three stents in one of the arteries to the heart and have to go back in a couple of weeks so they can do the other one. They operated on my heart by going up through my groin. I was awake through the whole procedure and could watch what was going on inside me on the monitor. Quite an experience. Now, I hope you all are having a great day.
There seems to be some doubt to the contents of my last blog posting. I did clarify the info in answers to a comment, but thought I would do so here in today's post. The black grackle with the one white tail feather that I posted about has a scientific name, which is "leucistic or partial albinism". Look it up, it explains it and has lots of pictures. Here is one of them:
I hope that clears up any misunderstanding. Now, you all have a great day, you hear?
I looked out the kitchen winow at the bird feeder and there was whole flock of grackles out there enjoying their lunch. They were all black with a tint of purple showing except of one. One of them had a long white tail feather on the right side of its tail. It sure did stand out in a crowd, or should I say it stood out in the flock. They were gone before I could get my camera. They returned later but without the one with the white feather. So, you are just going to have to take my word for the white feather in the tail of a Purple Grackle. Now, you all have a great day, you hear?
I was having my usual breakfast this morning. I put plain yogurt in my bowl and then add a few spoonful's of sugar. I stir this up until it is well mixed. Then I add both Honey Bunches of Oats and Cheerios and to moisten it, I add cranberry juice. Hey, don't laugh until you try it, it is really goooood. As I was adding the Honey Bunches of Oats, I spotted a huge flake. I had never seen a flake that big, so I pulled it out and took it over and showed my wife. I asked her if she had ever seen a flake that big and that I had never seen one that large. Of course she came back with "it takes one to know one". That was a good comeback which I had never expected and I laughed and laughed. So, today starts out with "wife one - me zero". Now eat your breakfast and have a great day, you hear?