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Of Apples and Deer


This morning [while waiting for the school bus] Brandon and I went outback again to scatter apples on the ground. We have been doing it for almost 3 weeks now. Hubby brought home bags of apples for the deer. But we can share the apples too just have to choose the good ones. I usually have apples for breakfast and chop them to go with my cereals.

This morning we still found some of those apples that we put there the other day. They are still there untouched. It is indicative that the deer have not been there for a while. It is conclusive that the deer are not roaming outback like they used to. It is a proof that they know it is hunting season so they stay away from places where they know they will get in trouble. And they don't wanna end up as one of Hubby's trophies. Hahahaha.

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Elow! yah Fall is great! It's not that cold and not that hot either. Just the right temperature. I haven't went through Spring so I really can't say how spring is like.

Wala akong mga bagong pics. Wala kasi akong photographer hahaha! Sawa nah kasi ako sa palaging face shots ko hahaha.

Hindi rin nga ako nakakasimba eh. There's a church near by but I have work so I can't go. And oh yeah church scandals like those can really be discouraging but priests are also human beings who sins on the second hand right?

Anyway hope you have a great week! HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
pchi said…
haha

buti pa ang deers may apples
ako bananas lang

kawawa naman din ang deers pag naging trophy ni hubby mo
betchai said…
ruthi i am so glad the deers became wiser by avoiding the hunting trap :)
I tagged you for 8 random things at http://zemeks.blogspot.com/ Hope you don't mind.
piebuko said…
kakainggit. I'd like to spread apples for deers too! That's just so nice. :)
Ruthi said…
@Vince... hello busy guy I knew you will like autumn it's very different and amazing. wala kasi tayo non sa pinas eh. puro lagas lang na dahon pero di nagiiba ang kulay. hahaha
Ruthi said…
@ Pchi... oo nga at ayoko na ng isa pang trophy anoh. Miss ko ang banana yang sa atin mas matamis.
Ruthi said…
@ Bechai... you are right. Do you know that Brandon and I always have sightings of those deer outback. Hubby never see them. I alwasy joke that those deer only show themselves to those people with golden hearts. hahahaha
Ruthi said…
@Karen... thanks for the tag. I will try to find time for that.
Ruthi said…
@ Pie... yes, it was really nice to spread apples outback and to watch those deer feeding on them but lately they don't come anymore. Maybe they know that it is already hunting season and there is a hunter in the house.
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