A Tiny Visitor

A Tiny Visitor
A Tiny Visitor

In my back yard, by the picnic table where Mimi and I have lunch, on my way to the compost bin. Mimi and Mewsette were safely on the basement patio, I saw the little one on the way back to the girls. Guess I’ll have to hold the compostables and we’ll have to stay on the deck for now.

I had the feeling there was a fawn around somewhere; I just kept thinking of a fawn hidden in the grass and taller native plants in the naturalized section of my back yard, and there it was.

And here is the fawn’s mother.

“Do you happen to have any more fresh basil? You seem to be out of it. And I’d really appreciate if you didn’t make me climb the steps to get it.” She climbs the steps to my deck to get to it. Sorry, it’s taken through the screen door.

The doe at the door.
The doe at the door.
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