I love to stroll around my home and see what new things are sprouting, and how previously sprouted things are coming along. I love to see the grass growing tall, and every type of plant flourishing and doing well.
My simplest pleasure is to sit on a rocking chair in the late afternoon sun after the work day (currently have a desk job) and rest among all the life growing around me.
Watching the local wildlife go about their day. This morning I had the joy of seeing the little Red Fox trot along the back property line and squeeze through the neighbor's fence to hunt mice in his field. Black bushy tail straight up, “hoppity, hoppity, hop”! Too cute.
“No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle.” Winston Churchill
One of my "keep the deer away" tricks is to pin golf-ball sized clumps of poodle fur around around the garden. I enjoy watching the hummingbirds and some yellow birds (maybe warblers?) trying to steal the fur to line their nests. They won't take the old ratty balls, but I always put fresh out in the spring and they find it pretty quick.
I love just watching interactions between our dogs and cats and our new cockerel and how he joins in with two hens working together to protect their new family of goslings on their first day outside. Just checking of course.