Those Angelic Little Feathered Friends of Ours —- Monday, February 27, 2023

These are some of the tiny winter birds

Who spend their winter (here)

With us.

Often living with us year-round. 🙂

These little feathered friends have great a capacity for suffering through the cold 

And never complain!

Always, always they chirp and sing—

Adding tranquillity to our days

Their radiant joy always lends itself to our hearts

I always gift them with sweet-scented seeds

For, after all, they need to keep heat in their bodies

And a full tummy to go to bed on 🙂

They are a peaceful and

a joyful part of each and every day!

Your friend on a western Colorado farm,





13 thoughts on “Those Angelic Little Feathered Friends of Ours —- Monday, February 27, 2023

  1. Oh, how cuuuuuuuute.

    I noticed the other day that a female Cardinal was rummaging around in one of our gutters, digging out nesting material. Then, I had to dig nesting material out of our mailbox. If the mailman doesn’t put the lid down, our little Carolina Wrens will makes a nest in a few hours. Those little suckers tickle me.

    Late last week, I woke up to see the yard full of Robins. They are a treat to see these days. They were everywhere, every day when I was a kid, no matter the weather. Now, I only see them in the spring. ☹️


  2. Charlee: “Birds.”
    Chaplin: “Birdy bird birds.”
    Charlee & Chaplin: (chattering incoherently)
    Lulu: “Whelp we won’t be getting anything useful out of those two cats for at least an hour now.”
    Java Bean: “Do we ever get anything useful out of them?”
    Lulu: “Fair point.”


  3. I miss feeding the birds here. I did feed during the polar vortex, but have stopped anything daily because of the cats :-(.


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