Wednesday, January 26, 2022

MIZ LAZYBONES!

 













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  1. So cute! I started feeding the birds and today I had four squirrels visit.

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  2. LOl, so cute! The squirrels are spoiled rotten. Take care, enjoy your day!

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    1. Yes they are and thanks Eileen, you enjoy your day also :)

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  3. still smiling.. so cute and I love the 'story'

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    1. That's my aim, to keep you smiling. Thanks Sandra, glad you enjoyed :)

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  4. Haha … pretty funny, Denise! Certainly feeding birds through the winter is a good deed but so many other critters like to come to the lunch counter, too.

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  5. Love'em both. Feed one, and they all eventually congregate! Sweet.

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    1. My sentiments exactly Christine :) My backyard wildlife is an 'aww' kind of experience to me. Not only that but I find it very relaxing watching them.

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  7. L like looking at funny videos about squirrels trying to get to bird feeders!

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    1. I have seen those too. Thanks for the reminder Mark, it has been a while since I checked one out :)

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  8. What a cute post, Denise. And although I don't like the pesky squirrels coming around my front yard, that photo is AWESOME! Have a good rest of the week.

    ~Sheri

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    1. Thanks Sheri, and more appreciated knowing that you aren't that keen on the little varmints :)

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  9. Do enjoy your conversational birds and the squirrels as well, Denise. I assume they were referring to you as Miss Lazybones and you have a demanding "public" for sure. Hopefully the predicted snowstorm for New England will not deter the food supply for your friends.

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    1. Thanks Dorothy, happy you enjoyed. Yes, this is Miss Lazybones talking. Actually, I was at the store buying more birdseed :) Hope you don't get too much of a snow, we are supposed to get some here too on Friday. Stay safe and warm!

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  10. Those birds sure taught you a lesson!

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    1. They always do Red, I'm learning all the time :)

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  11. Rodentia are outsmarting everyone!

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  12. I put birdseed out and deer and turkeys ate it all. :)

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    1. I can just imagine Ellen :) We don't generally get deer and turkeys in our neighborhood, but I am tempted to transfer the bird cam to another part of our garden, to see what does wander through.

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    1. Muito obrigado :) Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana também.

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  14. We have to help birds and animals in winter. There is no snow here, but we still feed birds and ... squirrels :)

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    1. I agree totally Lucyna. We are both taking care of our birds and squirrels :)

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  15. ooooh we love our birds and our squirrels!! i hope you get a little snow!!

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    1. We got our snow and it was very little the third time round. Looks like you got yours. Your photos were beautiful!

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