Saturday, Selma and I returned from the cold north to the warm south. Waiting here in Ghana were Selma’s father, her paternal grandparents and our big extended family including many good friends. Some of them we have seen the last couple of days, other we are still to meet this weekend.
Coming back always entails thawing aka getting used to the heat. First night is almost always fine, the second I woke up panting for air. The third day, I woke up to empty taps. I think I am halfway thawed so far…(Selma seems fine. Babies take this much better!)
Much is like I remember around our house, but plants have grown a lot in six months and our house was repainted by Selma’s father to welcome us home!
This afternoon, Selma and I sat outside admiring our newly painted house. But that wasn’t the only thing new! This beautiful tropical bird with an orange-red beak and long tail (called Green Wood Hoopoe I have deduced after some googling of “red beak and long tail”) also jumped around our backyard. Seemingly looking for insects to munch on. Smiling in the sun.
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Yay! Great to have you back.
Thanks for your bird research. We have them too and I was wondering what they were. We keep saying we must get a bird book.
Show us the house! As they say on the internets: “Pics or it didn’t happen!” All my best to your other family
You are welcome for the bird research, you can see it as a small thank you for the crib research you did for me!
Pics coming rght up! 🙂