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I have a beautiful mother robin nursing her three babies underneath my deck. She built a most wonderful nest for her new family and I feel a little bit of joy just being a part of it.

Take care my friends


Until we meet again

10 thoughts on “Some Spring Chores are never-ending

  1. We have a regular robin visitor. He comes to the garden most days to feed, and is not afraid of us. We also have blue tits in the nesting box again this year. Always great to see nature continuing, despite our troubles in life.
    Best wishes from Norfolk. Pete.

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    1. Pete, I totally agree with you about nature… Mother nature has saved my bacon for many decades so far and she will continue to do so for many more that I am sure of….

      Life is a continuing circle that must flow in the direction it’s meant to go..

      Gardening for me is a blessing after coming out of such long winters….

      Oh let me tell you ~ I planted a jalapeno seed last Fall and a few basil seeds in that large round clay container, which you’ve seen last year with my pictures, remember you thought they were of the smoking type. (LOL) anyway all winter these plants thrived and the pepper gave me enough fruit to make Jalapeno Jelly in December ~ Wow did that ever feel good for the spirit when buried in 8 feet of snow…. The basil grew and grew too and has given me fresh spice for my cooking during the cold months and both are still thriving indoors… I have over a dozen and a half of peppers on the plant and still more to come… Idle hands is not in my vocabulary….

      Take care, Laura 🙂


      1. Let’s just say it ain’t the 70’s anymore… 🙂

        Not that I did anyway, well once and it put me right to sleep…I was like Winnie the Pooh ~ Oh Bother….

        Enjoy your day 🙂


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