It’s that time of year! Nest building has begun in earnest and I’m seeing a few very busy builders.
MY FEATHERS ARE FLOOFED.
Everyone safe out there?
We’re feathered up against the flurries here today…tomorrow may be another story, it was in the 60’s just days ago.
To all of my friends on the West coast, I’m hoping that wherever you are, you’re high and dry and hanging in there.
To my friends in the South, I hope you’re all coming through the violent storms safely.
To those of you experiencing some of the earthquakes…well…pardon me…but, damn!
I don’t know exactly what this blue jay is looking at. Is it looking for a sunflower seed that has fallen to the ground? Perhaps it’s looking at a peanut taking a siesta below the bird feeder.
Someone suggested that the bluejay might be looking at a car that it’s thinking about buying. Another clever individual suggested that it’s trying to decide which pair of socks it wants to buy. Considering the fact that it’s eighty-five degrees and humid, I think that’s highly unlikely.
I think it’s simply looking…divine. Look at those perfect feathers, that magnificent color. Divine…simply divine.
Chatty and Jumpy.
It’s been so much fun watching birds enjoying our birdbath. It took a few days for the birds to discover the water and now they’re loving it!
We’re taking distancing very seriously, Hubs has some health issues at the moment, and he’s had time to discover the birds. “There’s a whole world out there that we don’t even know exists.” I gave him my, “I’ve been telling you this for years look.” Seriously, I’m just glad that he’s had the opportunity to appreciate the birds, the deer, the turkeys, etc. Seeing him enjoy it has been fun for me.
I hope all of you have had some positive experiences during these trying times.