The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Wednesday, October 02, 2013

Bald Eagle, Graphic

I took this picture weeks before I broke my leg.  I wasn't going to post this picture of a Bald Eagle on a deer that had been hit by a car, thought it might be too graphic. But. It speaks of the cycle of life however disturbing it is sometimes. Reality. I see that a lot up here in the animal world, fighting for food, fighting for survival, fighting for a mate, it's all instinct for them.  I admire that.  I finally saw the little Pronghorn the other day with the rest of her family, the one that I thought had broken her leg.  She still had a slight limp, but the bone looks as though it has healed over, she doesn't bend it, but she has learned how to walk and run anyway.
I'm progressing well, I think.  Yesterday was my first day outside and I was able to get down the stairs of the deck and walk the driveway with my walker, more like dragging the walker over the gravel.  I walked to my car, sat in it, it started which surprised me, I let it idle while I listen to Beatle music and I sat there, imagining that I was driving.  Boy, did that feel good. 


  1. That is a beautiful shot and nature at it's truest.
    I am glad you could get out and hopefully you can sit on the deck and do some stitching and enjoying the fall weather.


  2. Evening Nancy, glad to hear your out and about, good for you.....Beautiful Eagle and glad the Deer hit by the car was not wasted, at least it feed another animal.....So happy the little Pronghorn is ok, Blessings Francine.

  3. Glad you were able to get out of the house and dream a little. You are one independent lady and I admire your strength. Beautiful eagle.

  4. So glad to hear you are progressing. I check everyday to see how you are doing.

  5. Some day soon you will remember when and smile at your progress. You are blessed to see nature up close and personal....although I realize there is a price.

    You take amazing pictures, thanks for sharing. As we know life isn't always a pretty picture but still to be enjoyed.

  6. An great photo, I enlarged it and the detail of his feathers is incredible.
    The healing progress can be such a long road when you are experiencing it, but each day brings improvement.

  7. I love watching wildlife, your picture is beautiful.
    I'm glad you are progressing, and getting around, cute mental picture of you enjoying the Beatles. Take care.

  8. Wonderful picture of the eagle. Wild life at it's best. Glad you are improving and were able to get outside. Fresh air must feel/smell wonderful. Sit on the deck and stitch if you can. Take care.

  9. Very cool picture! I'm glad you are doing so much better. Nothing beats listening to Beatle music!!!

  10. How creative you are, even when you're not quilting!!! I'm sure sitting in your car was a nice change of scenery. (smile)

  11. We take our good health for granted...until something opens our eyes for us. Glad to hear you are on the mend.

  12. It's amazing how good you feel when you go outside when you've been
    Stuck in the house with an injury. You sound like your improving.hugs cheri love the picture that is reality.

  13. Thank you for these good news! I'm happy for you!
    Kisses and hugs .

  14. Your courage is inspiring! Blessings to you as you continue to heal.

  15. So glad you are doing better! Love the Beatles!

  16. You are such an inspiration! Just hearing that you sat in your car and listened to the Beatles just makes one appreciate the simple things in life all the more. We take so much for granted. Get well quick!

  17. You are such an inspiration! Just hearing that you sat in your car and listened to the Beatles just makes one appreciate the simple things in life all the more. We take so much for granted. Get well quick!

  18. Im glad you are doing ok Nancy.. Hopefully you will be able to get around better before the snow flys..
    Love the wildlife pictures! Beautiful pictures you take!


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