Good morning! It’s Thursday, and while we wait to see where a certain very large hurricane decides to make landfall, I thought I’d introduce you to my newest acquaintance. He came sauntering up the road a few days ago, in much the same fashion that top-secret carrier pigeon
You’re doing good work, Mary. I think the pollinators are very much your friends!
Honestly, it took me expanding the picture to gigantic pixels to see the bird was not a rock. Which it very well could have been, given your train of thought lately! :) <3
Wisdom on the wing? Maybe they is an independent journalist— let's support them. 😎
Google University! 🤩 Love that! (Hope They don’t mess it up; it’s my favorite resource!)
Oh my❣️To be overwhelmed with joy and wonder: why I love my phonetoy, with you and your excellent perspective “in” it, Clara! Thank you, once again❣️
No matter the circumstances of my day, you always cheer me up! Thanks for bringing all your little pals!
Oh how funny! Maybe he can feel the barometric change and is disoriented.
Gosh the field has changed! I hope the blueberries are still there.
Gulls are great companions!
You meet the most interesting animals!
Maybe he was checking out high ground before the storm? Stay safe!
A lovely meeting. Stay safe, Clara.
It’s time to reread E.B. White’s “The Eye of Edna” again, while you wait for landfall.
Wonderful Clara. I had an interesting encounter with a bumble bee yesterday. She(I think it was a young queen) was on the pavement in our parking lot at work, just sitting there. I wasn't sure if she needed help, so I picked up a small flat stone, hoping to carry her over the one of the boneset plants. She eagerly climbed onto the rock and I carried her over to the plant. She drank some nectar and then settled in under the cluster of flowers. When I left work, she was not there, must have flown away. This morning, she was back on the plant, maybe warming up(it got chilly last night). Wonder what she will tell her bumble friends about the encounter.💖😌
I love the curiosity and bravery of juveniles both animal and human! Checking things out and doing it with safe people around him. What a gift he got in meeting you, Clara!
Definitely sounds like a recon visit! I suspect you will have many many more visitors as word of your hospitality and generosity spreads!
Sending “Keep moving, Lee. Get outta here “ good thoughts to you.