Last week, Colette of What About Rheema encouraged us to keep track of what we're thankful for everyday during the month of November. Amazingly, I've never done this before - I tend to think about it each day, but not write it down. So, Colette, I took you up on it!
My likes to share this week are all from the list I'm keeping daily this month.
Yesterday we woke up to a pretty snow, and here is the view outside today -
Speaking of birds, I like these fun socks that a friend gave me!
I also like this website for bird identification from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology -
It has a tab for listening to a bird's song in order to identify it, and we were able to figure out a bird at my mom's home in Arizona recently that we had never recognized before - a Curve-billed Thrasher. I liked being able to add a new bird to my life list of birds that I've identified!
(Photo by Gerrit Vyn)
I had to pick up a few fat quarters, including this fun one celebrating the old Route 66.
Also on this road trip, we made it to Albuquerque, New Mexico, and visited a neat place called the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Click the link to visit their website. Here is the Wikipedia description of this museum.
"The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, located in Albuquerque, is owned and operated by the 19 Indian Pueblos of New Mexico and dedicated to the preservation and perpetuation of Pueblo Indian Culture, History and Art."
It is full of fascinating information and beautiful artifacts, and we really enjoyed visiting this museum. I didn't take many photos, but I did capture this statement that we found right at the entrance to the displays that I like.
Happy Thursday, friends! Hope you are having a great week!