I wasn’t planning on posting today, but I had so much fun watching this Brown Thrasher bathing in the afternoon sun that I simply had to share it with you.
He clearly enjoyed the cool, clean water I had just put in the birdbath. Seems to be smiling, doesn’t he?
When bath time was over, he perched on a Crepe Myrtle branch to dry.
The best pleasures in life are the simple pleasures.
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He definitely does seem to be enjoying it! Thanks for sharing.
You are most welcome! 🙂
Beautiful pics, simply expressed, with a profoundly rich truth – the simple pleasures are often the most enjoyable and satisfying. Thanks again Kathy!
I am trying to learn to slow down and see the simple graces that surround me.
Love it! Have our own thrasher aggressively guarding her nest in the pricker bush.
If your Thrashers have little ones you will have to post pictures!
I absolutely will, while wearing a helmet and protective eyewear. 🙂
I’m so glad you decided to share these with us! I love seeing this bird look so happy, all seems right with the world 🙂
I like that – “all seems right with the world” – I need to slow down and drink in God’s graces!
I do love your posts! Thank you
I enjoy posting them, so thank you!
Wow, he even has a “spin cycle” (third pic)! 😀 Thanks, Kathy!
Ok – that made me laugh!
If I had your yard and visitors, I don’t think I would get a single thing done…ever! So much enjoyment every moment of the day.
This is so special for more reasons than one. First reason is that in my blog yesterday I posted a bird that I couldn’t identify. From reading your blog today, I discovered it was a brown thrasher. The second reason is the wonders of the entire sequence of pictures of the happy little thrasher. They are just a delight to see. And there’s a third reason…I just read your bio statement. I could write almost the exact words about myself. Apparently we have a lot in common. Thanks for sharing this post. It definitely brightened a cloudy and cold day!
You are most welcome! It is always a joy to connect with kindred spirits. 🙂
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