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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Sunday Serenity...

The strongest
and
sweetest
songs
yet remain
to be
sung ...
~Walt Whitman~
***
We've noticed lots of Robins  in our garden this Spring - twice as many as other years.
One sweet Robin has decided to build a nest in the trumpet wine which grows along our fence.
It doesn't seem like the safest spot as it's low enough that we are able to look inside it (with the 4 sweetest little eggs tucked inside).  I smiled when I saw some of the blue yarn I had left outside was put to good use!  We'll keep an eye on it - I have a "bird's eye view" from my Studio window ... I just had a look and she is sitting inside it now.
The blessing of new life ♥
The weather today is amazing ~ time to open the pond :-)

4 comments:

Julie Marie said...

This is what life is all about for Nature lovers like you and I Deb... how precious!... thanks for sharing these sweet little eggs... xoxo Julie Marie

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Isn't this precious. I love to find items I put out for the birds in their nests. I brush Luna outside a lot during spring so her fur can be incorporated into the nests. It is soft and insulating.

Q said...

Dear Deb,
I have so enjoyed catching up with you this morning.
Hope your neck and arm are better....
the knitted pockets are amazing....
Love the Robin eggs and all your birds....
Blessings for May,
Sherry, who dances with butterflies

Inger Marie said...

Hello Deb:)
Tanks for lovly words:)
lucy you..so nice too have a nest so close..and see the eggs..:)
Have lovly days..its spring:))