There was a recent incident in my life which could have caused me fear and the need for protection. I felt neither. Instead, I made a conscious decision to support the person involved and later prayed for confirmation that the right decision had been made. Within minutes a flock of five blue jays appeared in my yard. That seemed strange because I rarely see a blue jay. I googled that bird and read:
This bird may symbolize protection and fearlessness. If blue jays appear in your life you will feel safe and protected.
Confirmation received with thanks. Happy Sunday.
Along with the red wing blackbirds, chickadees, robins, cardinals, and sparrows usually hanging out in my yard, these three newcomers paid me a visit within the last few days. It made me very happy to see the rose breasted grosbeak, a bluebird and a junco vying for a place on the feeder and even gracing my deck with a short visit. All these feathered friends add to my happiness. Happy Saturday.
Some of us have something to sing about every day and others don’t.
As for the birds they seem to start every day with a song. Happy Saturday.
Some people have reasons to feel “blue” and others feel “blue” for no reason at all. Today let me share a “blue” that just looking at may change the way you see and feel “blue”. Happy Saturday.
Did you know that singing is good for the soul? Singing also relieves stress, exercises the lungs, and decreases depression. All this is my own opinion, but it works for me. And take this little guy…can’t you just hear him? (Of course, he could just be waiting to be fed but I prefer to believe that he is singing a new song).
Today I discovered this rare and beautiful bird on Pinterest. This yellow cardinal was seen on an Alabama bird feeder and said to be one in a million.
We should not always expect the ordinary when the extraordinary can be within our range of vision. Have an extraordinary day.
One of my granddaughters loves anything leopard print so whenever I see something that even resembles this pattern I immediately think of her. While lunching with a friend yesterday a woman wearing a dress made in this print walked by our table. I jokingly said to my friend, “You hold her down and I’ll take the dress.” My granddaughter would have loved it for sure. However, we were content to tell the lady how much we admired her outfit.
Needless to say when this photo came my way I had to post it in the hopes that it will catch my granddaughter’s eye. But, it does pose the question, can a leopard share its spots? And what would you call this guy…a leopbird?