Happy Tenth Day of Christmas, the day when someones's true love gave to them (according to a song) ten pipers piping, nine drummers drumming; as well as eight maids a milking, seven swans a swimming, six geese a laying, five golden rings, four calling birds, three French hens, two turtle doves and a partridge in a pear tree.
As for piper my images (found directly below), they are of some Least Sandpipers whom I came upon a few years ago when I visited the Jersey Shore.
And on another note, I can hardly let this Tenth Day of Christmas pass without mentioning my dearly departed Aunt Grace, who was born on the day of January 3rd. She is pictured below with her siblings which include my maternal grandmother.
In this photograph, Grace is standing in the middle of the back row. My grandmother is standing at Grace's left. I've written about my Aunt Grace in a number of blog entries. including a post which you may refer to by clicking here. Meanwhile, I hope you are enjoying your Tenth Day of Christmas!