Friday, January 21, 2022

ONE MORE STORY MAMA?

 






49 comments:

  1. Sweet and often wonder what birds are talking about to each other.

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    1. Thanks Margaret, and I have wondered about that too, and our squirrels. Sometimes they have an expression on their faces that is very human-like :)

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  2. That's cute! I like seeing mourning doves.

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    1. Thanks Linda and me too. They are so soothing and yet can be quite comical at times.

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  3. Cute Doves and image. Take care, enjoy your weekend!

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  4. Here is your story cutie pie.
    Mama dove sat on the fence,
    baby dove, asked did you pay the rent?
    Of course sweetie pie, I surely did
    How do you think I got her to open the lid.
    She opened the lid, and out it did pour
    a lot more dinner, to feed even four.

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    1. Love it! Thanks Sandra, you are so great at this :)

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    1. Thank you Christine and I wish you the same :)

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    1. Hi Jenn, thank you! I am really happy with that basket feeder. I have seen them but never bought one before. Some of those birds swing on it like it's a mini rollercoaster ride in breezy weather, and they don't seem to mind :)

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  7. LOL :)
    Great post.

    Wishing you a lovely weekend too.

    All the best Jan

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  8. Mourning doves are so interesting. Storytime is so cute!

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  9. This is so sweet. You've made me smile this morning. x

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    1. I am happy you enjoyed it Cherie, so glad this brought a smile :) Thank you!

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  10. Adorable, just being there had made life lovelier. Yes just one more. Appreciate for looking. Have a great week.

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    1. Thank you babypose :) I am happy you enjoyed.

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  11. they are so sweet and their cooing sound is so comforting!!

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  12. aaahhh, that's sweet. I love the Mourning Doves, and see them all the time in the neighborhood, and even my front yard. Birds of peace. Definitely precious birds.

    ~Sheri

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    1. I love them too Sheri, a lovely symbolism too :)

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