Tuesday, May 12, 2009

The Stages of Hunger...


Here are the four stages of hunger: 1. A LOT, 2. Kind of a lot, 3. Not so much, and 4. Don't wake me up. There was a fifth egg that we're not sure where it went. We watched the four grow and go but number 5 disappeared. Those magic birds, what're you gonna do??

13 comments:

  1. How did you get such an interesting picture? That is so neat a mama bird made your basket into a home for her babies. What kind of bird are they?

    I found a website recently called whatbird.com. I went there to try to ID a bird and they have a forum with many helpful people.

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  2. I just went to whatbird.com and I can't wait to go back and spend some time there!! Thanks for the tip! I'm 99% sure the birds were finches only because we have a finch feeder close by and that's mostly what we see when we come and go. When we'd open the front door, the mom would fly away so fast we couldn't ever see her up close. Wouldn't you think she'd stay and protect her babies? Nope. She tells them good luck and gets the heck out of there!

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  3. Adorable picture ~ just came over after you commented on my site to thank you for your comment and your prayers. And I pray your daughter's surgery will go well too ~ blessings to you!

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  4. And by the way, dh stands for dear hubby! :)

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  5. Those birds look like my children right before dinner! Cute picture!

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  6. I just looked at some older posts and saw the history of your babies. :) What a blessing to have at your front door.

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  7. Love it mama :)

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  8. This is an awesome picture!!! Clever caption as well madre!

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  9. Oh I love the picture it's adorable, & what a beautiful place to have their home. I didn't know your daughter was having surgery I am sorry i'm not keeping up...ooops! I'll keep her in my prayers. What is she having done if you don't mind me asking?

    ryc: It's funny how you picture things, that's not quite how he gave me the money...lols..he absolutely hates shopping for anything so he just tell's me to get whatever I want within our means? I love your since of humor and wished we live close to one another i'm sure we would get a long wonderfully!

    I can't wait to see the more pics of the birdies as days goes by as they leave quickly.

    Hugs...& Happy hump day!

    ~Linda~

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  10. Ah thanks so much for sharing that and she is very brave. I most definitely will keep her in my prayers.

    I live in Georgia. I am on the Ga./Tn. line. I live about 10 minutes from Chattanooga. I was born & raised in Chattanooga. I have been in Ga. all my married life 31 years.

    Yes, we would get along great!

    Have a blessed evening.

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  11. thats a really cute picture! you should go into photography

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  12. This is an awesome picture. I am sure it would win some prize if entered in a contest.

    XOXOXO

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