Calling out for help
Feeling so fragile so small
Please… can you hear me
This pulls at my heartstrings.
There are two stories going on here. Mama kicked her babies out of the nest so the would learn to fly and the landed on my sons greenhouse and were just sitting there calling for her. The other story is this is how I have been feeling for several days. Very fragile. I feel something big and not good coming.
Thank you for sharing this with me. May you be granted the strength to go through this. ❤❤
Thank you, your kindness is much appreciated.
Awww, that’s so cute 🙂
Yes, Mama decided it was time to learn to fly and kicked the three babies out of the nest.
Poor little ones but they will be okay.
They were, Mama wasn’t too far away.
Awwww…too cute! I wonder how long it took for the little ones to fly, after mama kicked them out of the nest?
They hung around my sons gardens all afternoon. We haven’t seen them so I think they have successfully moved on. Birds are migrating already.
Glad to hear that they tested their wings and were able to get up and fly!
The birds here are migrating, too…the leaves are already beginning to change colours. I think it will be a bit colder this winter; more so than it’s been the last couple of years. Snow on the beach is very pretty, so seeing some this winter wouldn’t be all bad.
I can do without it so you are welcome to every flake. Being in Wisconsin, I do know I am dreaming. We will get something and I will deal with it and be thankful for it because winter snow is a gift to spring flowers.
Oh, Wisconsin…yes, the Midwest winters are pretty harsh! Seeing big, fat snowflakes in Vermilion, SD – in the middle of May – was an interesting experience, LOL
It snows more in the Midwest, and for a bit longer, than it does in Southeastern Alaska…believe it or not!
Because of the moisture level probably. my sister lives in Oregon and it almost never snow there except in the higher elevations.
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