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Monday, November 22, 2010

Breakfasting Sounds

Cheerio me fair-feathered finch!

I've been rising with the sun, or to be more direct, rising with a little puppy-face whose bladder marks dawn like clockwork.  It's incredibly good for my head to be out of bed before the dew has dried; I am a morning person at heart who happened to marry a night owl and then spent a great many years woking till the wee hours every night.
THIS is what I've been seeing and hearing and delighting in each morning (and yes, more seed is on the errand list for the day).
I just had to share the cacophony with you too.

Morning Sky
feeder2
feeder3
sparrow


11 comments:

MrsLittleJeans said...

You live in cat heaven! (I share some of your situation =a morning person married to a night owl and our efforts at changing each other have not been fruitful)...Happy early thanksgiving Umber Kelly! xoxo

Cat said...

awesome!
music to my ears
a smile to my face
warmth to my soul

thanks

love and light

resolute twig said...

what a wonderful way to wake up in the morning :)
xo

Lynn said...

oh this post brightens my evening! lovely little birds and beautifully written sentiments.

thank you for this ♥

CrowNology said...

Lovely photos!
I would love to be a morning dove instead of a night owl but alas I can not change my feathers...
xo to You...
A

Cat said...

That is heavenly. And I relate to the morning bird vs. night owl challenge. Went and found me a Rock Star (heehee) and man, those shows go late! I miss sunrise.

Sybil Ann said...

People wonder why we feed the birds. It's better than teevee.

Snailentina said...

my heart went chirp, chirp! thank you bella :)

UmberDove said...

These birds are on a mission! Fatty little fatties they be, emptying out socks faster than lightning!

Kathleen said...

My favorite sound is listening to nature during morning tea.

I need to try that feeding method to bring more cuties to my yard!

Dale Smith said...

Those birds are some hungry birds! What do you have your seed hanging in? It looks as if it would be quite squirrel-proof.