She has a Pileated Woodpecker hanging around her place, and has been trying in vain to photograph him to show you, but she doesn't have the right kind of camera
The Bag Lady did spend a portion of her day yesterday picking dandelions, then preparing them for the transition from annoying weed to wine. She took some pictures (which are still trapped in her camera) and will probably take a few more of the next step, which takes place in a couple of days. It's a long process - you soak the flowers for a couple of days, then boil them with sugar and a few other ingredients, strain them; add the yeast (or add the yeast and then strain them - guess she needs to look at the recipe again!) and let the strained liquid sit.... it takes about 6 months after you bottle it for it to be anywhere close to ready - they recommend that you let it sit in the bottles for a year. We'll be damned thirsty by then, eh? (Had to throw a little Canadianism in there)
Now she needs to get rid of the rest of the gazillion or so dandelions left in her yard. Or, at the very least, decapitate them with the lawn mower! And, one of these days really soon, she needs to go to a nursery and find some bedding plants - tomatoes, peppers and a few flowers for the pots on her deck.
So much to do, so little...