Category Archives: Words Without Birds

A Monday Morning Muskrat

I took a walk along the Chattahoochee River this morning, with the hopes of distracting my brain from thinking about the puppy that I saw on a rescue site over the weekend. Why can I not stay off these sites?!?! … Continue reading

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A Lovely Lizard

A lovely little lizard has been lounging on my front porch pillar lately. She, whom I have taken to calling Lola, is a creature of gorgeous glowing green, with some cool aquatic colors around her eye. I’m not sure how … Continue reading

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Pretty in Pink

Our backyard Dogwoods are blossoming, and while they sure do look lovely in their creamy white… …there’s no denying they are pretty in pink! I think it’s safe to say that spring has officially sprung!

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Seeing Their First Sunrise

These daffodils that blossomed yesterday got to see their first sunrise this morning. A happy way to start the day! 🙂

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A Butterfly-filled Birthday

Yesterday was my birthday (my 33rd plus 20) and one of my favorite gifts was the abundance of butterflies that showed up. Several Cloudless Sulphurs were fluttering about the fading Zinnias. Typically, these beauties don’t sit still long enough to … Continue reading

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A Fond Farewell

The blossoms on the butterfly bush are fading fast, as are the Zinnias, so I was surprised when this lovely Monarch stopped by. Although I hate to say goodbye to the butterflies, their departure means that the fall birds are … Continue reading

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First Five to Arrive (Front Yard Edition)

During the summer season, my picture taking seemed to take a bit of a sabbatical (life happens!) but I am hoping to remedy that during the months of autumn. This morning, I noticed that there was a flurry of butterfly … Continue reading

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