Making Rounds

I go round and round looking for clues to the connections between people who lived in the 1800s to the 1900s.  Turns out that records were sparce in the 1800s because they just didn’t keep records or the records were destroyed. There was an ancestor named Rachel who must have had a powerful influence because so many women descendants were named Rachel. That is one way I can make connections, by following the names.

A little bunny rabbit has been making the rounds in my yard, nibbling on the greenery. My ground cover has just come around to full bloom and here comes a rabbit. I eye him suspiciously.

http://www.ForestWander.com

Spring Peter Cottontail Rabbit Bunny Trail by ForestWander.com

 


The Stream of Consciousness Saturday is hosted by Linda G Hill. The prompt for today is ’round.’ Image of bunny by ForestWander http://www.ForestWander.com via Wikimedia.org

 

8 thoughts on “Making Rounds

  1. ellenbest24

    I would watch him with suspicion too. Here, lawns are just becoming green after the Summer of all Summers, But on closer inspection most is wild carrot, a ferny weed with wire for stalks and knots of white blooms; no lawn here. Watch that bunny!

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    1. Deborah Drucker Post author

      Well, my ground cover is wooly thyme which I planted myself. I am not an expert gardener by any means but I chose it because it is supposed to better for the environment. So I don’t want critters to eat it up. Have to get our gate fixed! Thank you, Ellen. 🙂

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      1. Deborah Drucker Post author

        Weeds are pretty strong. I do have some wild sorrel that keeps growing in my yard besides other assorted weeds but the thyme is doing good. And hallelujah, I just looked it up and read wooly thyme is rabbit resistant, we will see. I hope so. 🙂

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