A very tiny new tomato forming on one of our new plants. This is a patio tomato plant, made for growing in a pot, and the plant shouldn’t get as huge as the Sweet 100’s plants do.

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A grackle strutting around the yard, taken through the back door. The bird seems to have caught something.

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A closer look at a somewhat fuzzy photo–that could be an anole tail. An anole’s tail can break off and continue to move, distracting a predator and allowing the anole to escape. The anole’s tail can then regenerate, as I’ve shown in other photos.

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Here’s another view of the grackle. It does look like an anole tail.

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I’ll have to be on the lookout for an anole in that area of the yard that’s recently lost its tail.

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Last photo for today is Sophie looking very happy. She’s 8 years old now and getting more gray hairs on her face.

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