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The ordinary arts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest ~ Sir Thomas Moore ~

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

On a rainy Autumn day ...

It's a rainy Autumn day today ...
Sparrows garden is a busy place ~ especially at the suet baskets :-)
All the feeders were filled up to the top last night & fresh blocks of suet placed into the baskets ...
the birds have to get there before the squirrels arrive ...
because the squirrels LOVE the suet :-)
and the birds then scatter around the tree gathering up all the little pieces of suet as they fall ...
Beau bunny keeps dry under the hosta leaves ...

Let the rain kiss you
Let the rain beat upon your head
with silver liquid drops
Let the rain
sing you
a lullaby
~Langston Hughes~
No matter what the weather is like in your little corner of the world ~ hope you are having a wonderful Tuesday!


Julie Marie said...

Hi Deb... oooh! I love this post! And all the beautiful little critters... we have squirrels and I am trying to get them to eat here too! I shall hang out my suet today too!... All of God's creatures are so precious to me... thanks for sharing... xoxo Julie Marie

Julie Harward said...

And I am..thanks for such a sweet post! I was out walking and got caught in the rain, a real down pour..by the time I got home I was drenched right to my skin...but it was fun! Come say hi :D

Jeanne said...

How precious is everything you share.
I hope you enjoy my Son's soup recipes.
He is a fabulous cook
Love you
Our beautiful Canadian Thanksgiving this weekend
Love you

Darlene said...

Awwwww FABULOUS pictures you have captured!!!!!

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

You've capture another beautiful Autumn day perfectly pretty, Deb,
We have had a gentle Autumn day with a few sunbeams every now and then.
Have a wonderful Wednesday! xx

Ms. ~K said...

Lovely post filled with fall and critters.
I'm enjoying your fall photos...our leaves have just started to change colors.
Hugs and belly rubs to Ernie,

Monica@The White Bench said...

What beautiful creatures, Deb! It looks like it's cold over there...
P.S I'd love to see Kim in print too ;))