Eager Friends, Happy Heart

I come by my folly honestly. From the time I was a little person, I remember my father feeding the birds every day. I mentioned that in an earlier blog post which you can find here:

Lessons From Earlier Gardeners

I didn’t notice this gang of hangers-on when we first moved here. I don’t quite know how long ago I started paying attention. There is joy in giving gifts to others — and I have regularly greeted them with words, often telling them that their daily meal is compliments of my dear husband and inspired by my father’s example.

The little birds are very skittish. They make a lot of noise, but as I near them, they instantly become silent. I buy two 18 pound bags of birdseed every ten days or so. I also stockpile carrots for the visiting bunnies.

Thank you, Lord, for the visiting rabbits, these delightful birds, as well as their increasingly chubby squirrel friends. I am cheered!

 

 

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4 Responses to Eager Friends, Happy Heart

  1. John Cockie says:

    I have a soft spot for ducks and Canadian geese, always have since I was a kid!

  2. Judith McCorkle says:

    What a sweet thing to do!!!!!!!

  3. AECRM says:

    Judy, Thanks! The little ones are very cheering!

  4. AECRM says:

    John, I didn’t know that about you, but I find it cheering!

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