Catchiing up!I really like the new header photo!We don't have many cardinals where I live...wish we did!
OOOoooo, Ginny..more Cardinals! They are so pretty. Wish I could get them to stop by my house! ha
In each of your pictures there are more birds than I've seen all winter, and they're some of my favorite kinds. Your pictures are always the very best.
What lovely birds. They look cold though. I have been having such a good time perusing your blog. Your pictures are fantastic.I also read about your medical condition and I wish you the very best. Your site is the Nature Site of the Week at Nature Center Magazine.Emma
Yes, it is so nice to see them in a couple.A warm and lovely couple.
I read about you over at Nature Center Magazine. What wonderful photos these are. You have such great assortment of visitors to your yard. Love all your pictures.
You have some wonderful posts with a good collection of pictures. There are a few companies that will print your blogs, and making a story of your love of nature could be a treasure for family who you would like to share this with.I like your mosaics of species, it is a lot of fun.
Thank you everyone. I really appreciate your comments. Out on the Prairie.....I often have my blogs printed into books. Sharebook does a good job!! I also make hard cover books through Blurb or Snapfish for my family. Whoever has the best deal at the time...Welcome Ann and Emma!! Glad you found me and enjoy my photos also!!Happy New Year!!
It amazes me that these small creatures manage to survive the cold.I hope you are feeling well and that the New Year is gentle on you.
I am feeling better than I have in two years Martha! But I know the cancer will get me sometime this new year. It's all through my liver but I'm enjoying these painless days for now. I always feel sorry for the little critters when it's below freezing out there. But they do survive somehow.Thank you Country Mouse!!
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