Thursday, May 23, 2019

A Little Birdie


Opened my porch door to the back yard
for awhile  and look who stopped by. 

He sat in various spots 
checking everything out
and then perched on the side of the window
wistfully looking out.





8 comments:

Blondie's Journal said...

A bird nearby, nesting, or in your house is a sign of love. Maybe an old wives tale but I've had it all and believe it. I really love the pics and video girlfriend!

Jane

cathi c said...

hello Susan-
I love your posts and look forward to reading them!!
I have bought several totes/pocketbooks before and love them.
Is there any way you could send your receipe for your tomato pie?
I am a nurse anesthetist(administer anesthesia) and since I have seen your tomato pie picture(not the first time you have shown it)-I find myself thinking about your pie as I wait to start a case-as I am going to lunch, etc.
Please help me out-ha ha
If you can, i would appreciate it.
I hope your health settles down. If nothing else good comes out of our torture with #45, people need their health care and access to it.
take care and know you have many fans!
Cathi Campbell

Kit said...

I love bird visitors! Tho I had one who smacked into my front window and rung his bell. I sat on my bench and watched him until he came to and to keep cats away. He took off finally and my duty was done. :) Kit

Linda @ A La Carte said...

How funny. We have lots of birds outside but none have come in..yet. Annie would just look at them I think. She watches them out the window all the time.

Terra said...

How special to have a bird visitor.

Karen Ann said...

simply lovely :-)

TheCrankyCrow said...

Awwww...what a sweet little visitor.... Maybe he wanted to see what the view was like from the inside looking out, rather than always being on the outside looking in.... It does us all a world of good to have a different perspective from time to time. Hope you enjoyed your “girl” time... Our monsoon season continues here...I have yet to but a single plant.... :-(. ~Robin~

Jacqueline @ HOME said...

Ahwwww, how sweet .... I have robins following me around the garden when I'm digging and one just sat right next to me the other day for quite a while. XXXX