She seems to bring more serenity to the closing of the day.
Close up of a face on one of the flower pots at the Buddhist Temple. I was inspired to shoot it.
The light from the sunset seems to give her an ethereal look.
I wish I knew more about all the different Buddhas and what they represent/mean.
The largest figure and the centerpiece at the Buddha Temple in Tulsa. I would love to catch this shot during one of our beautiful Oklahoma sunsets.
Pokey is a 1969 VW Beetle. We are thrilled!
We went to the Tam Bao Buddhist Temple in Tulsa last weekend. It was a very peaceful place. I liked it. We are planning to go back once things warm up and green up some more.
As soon as I walk outside and even indirectly head towards the chicken yard, I have a group of followers. When they see me put the bag of chicken feed in my wagon, they are completely underfoot. Doesn’t even matter if they still have half a bin of feed in there. I bring the feeder out, and pop the lid off, and all bets are off. Today they decided to make my job especially hard by taking turns jumping inside the feeder. I guess the feed tasted better in there or something. You would think I starve the poor things.
A little bit of good karma came back on us yesterday in the form of four day old silkie chicks. Two little hens and a rooster. They are all settled in, and doing quite well. I am just thrilled with them!