Anyone who is a Texan knows this photo was taken a couple of months ago, as the bluebonnets have come and gone, but now, the wildflowers are everywhere (thanks to Ladybird Johnson).
I awoke early this morning, and stepped out to feed our deer....We are on three acres, and have chosen to keep the back (lot's of cedar, a few live oak, tall grasses, cacti) wild, as a sanctuary for the deer, who the moment they hear my door open, are right there, ready for thier morning corn and fresh water. This morning, the first fawn!!! What a beauty. And, yes, they truly do "frolic"...it was leaping and kicking up it's heels, and occasionally, falling down, but there's a lesson there...even if you fall down sometimes, don't forget to "frolic".
I went for a drive the otherday, chasing the rising sun....Babies and new life are everywhere...even little, baby longhorns...
Texas has it's own rough and tumble beauty...blooming cacti (just past their prime), live oak, that keep their leaves all winter, and shed them in the spring, juniper, cedar, barbed wire, and tall grasses......I don't think I will ever tire of it.