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In the midst of this quasi-quarantine brought to us courtesy of Corona, many people are missing their preferred entertainment options…movie theaters remain closed, baseball is still postponed, and restaurants are mostly offering curbside cuisine. But I am blessed that one … Continue reading
Hope your hearts are as full of gratitude as these beaks are as full of peanuts! Happy Thanksgiving!
A juvenile Blue Jay has been loudly making his presence known in the backyard! The other day, he followed Mama to the feeders and perched on a nearby branch. He kept a close eye on her… …while she gathered up … Continue reading
Happy Mother’s Jay! Okay…so…I could make up a story about how Blue Jays are my Mom’s favorite birds, but they’re not…nor do I think this particular Blue Jay is a mother…honestly, this picture has nothing to do with Mother’s Day, … Continue reading
I love the depth and the richness that many of the old hymns have. One of my favorites is Come Thou Fount – probably because I can relate to the “prone to wander” part! As I sat outside with my … Continue reading
This Blue Jay stopped by yesterday afternoon to fill up on some peanuts. You can see he still has a few feathers left to fill in from his seasonal molt (around the eye and neck) but he is almost back … Continue reading