Tuesday, December 23, 2008

For The Birds

We hit 67 degrees last Friday and it was in the single digits by Sunday. Now we are looking forward to a brown, muddy Christmas. We did have some snow a few days ago and look who I found under the feeder.

I can't say for sure, but one dove all alone feeding with the little birds sure sounds familiar, doesn't it :-). I had thought about tagging Woodstock when he was a baby, but decided not to. Now I wish I had. Hindsight...

Here's a shot of one of the goofy "neighbor kids" - a brief moment when he wasn't fighting with his reflection in the window.

One good thing about severe cold (other than freezing all the mud) is the necessitated building of some new friendships.

Comby and Eli


Nancy K. said...

I am SO glad that Comby has found someone to snuggle with!

Merry Christmas!

Kathleen said...

Good for Comby that he has been pushed into a closer relationship with Eli. And that neighbor kid! What beautiful color! Have a wonderful Christmas and a glorious holiday season! ...even if it might be a little muddy.

Sharrie said...

We had five neighbor kids together the other morning, and a new relationship formed by the cold temperatures, too. There are similarities around the world. Now what we need is peace.

Lady Katherine said...

Love the snow and close ups of the birds! Hve Merry Christmas.


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