After being in Monticello for about two months now, I am beginning to realize that I need a bigger space. Five feet by 10 feet just doesn't allow me to showcase the many furniture pieces we bought for Flourishes without overloading them. We have a four bay garage full of shabby chippy, or as my son refers to it...old and busted, furniture. Perhaps I should just have a ginormous garage sale!!
Look at the unexpected visitors that seem to have taken up residence in our back garden. A male and female peacock seem quite taken with their new surroundings. We have no idea where they came from....or quite what to do with them for that matter.
They are certainly amazing to watch! The female is much more inquisitive than the male. He's quite timid actually. The female comes right up to the patio window and looks right in at my cats. Of course, my the cats would just love to play with these new visitors! Ha!
We also know now that the birds that we saw a few weeks ago that looked like baby turkeys were probably the offspring of these two peacocks. There were five of them running around the garden!
I'm hoping that someone comes looking for these two peacocks soon. We've driven around the neighborhood looking for LOST PEACOCK signs to no avail. We may have to post some FOUND PEACOCK signs instead! Oiy!!
A happy Monday to you!! Warmest bear hugs, Aleta