Lazy Sunday


I’m enjoying a lazy Sunday.  No great thoughts, no heavy lifting, no walks, no nothing except lounging around, spending time with The Kids, a bit of reading, and obviously a bit to eat and drink now and again.

Perhaps tomorrow I’ll post my 2009 blog-year-in-review post.

Meanwhile, if you’re looking for something to do today, here are some fantastic ways to fill your afternoon with nature and science.

Circus of the Spineless #46: get your invertebrate fix with Kate’s delightful New Year’s edition.

Friday Ark #276: Steve shows us even a holiday weekend doesn’t stop all the critters from boarding the boat.

Carnival of Evolution #19: Christie Lynn puts together a mean celebration of science with a veritable horde of evolutionary enticements.

And now I’m plum tuckered out from that little bit of work.  Back to my uneventful afternoon…

[photo of a fox squirrel (a.k.a. eastern fox squirrel, stump-eared squirrel, raccoon squirrel or monkey-faced squirrel; Sciurus niger); I woke it early one morning as I walked the drip line along the Dixon Branch woods; as you can see from the little rascal, I wasn’t much of a threat—though if you look closely at the paw it has crossed beneath its body, you’ll see which finger it’s showing me and what it thinks of my intrusion upon its nap]

4 thoughts on “Lazy Sunday”

  1. Plum tuckered out, ey? Jason, I love a lazy Sunday, as a matter of fact, I had one today! Three loads of laundry, games with the dogs, filled the feeders, didn’t leave the house.

    I look forward to your 2009 post but don’t work too hard on it. If squirrels can be handsome, yours is.

    Enjoy the rest of today, dream on a crush, love life.



    1. I thought it was cute when I realized I woke the squirrel, Amber. The poor thing had been snoozing (I even have photos of it before it fully opened its eyes, sort of that lazy half-shut look). I felt bad for interrupting its nap.

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