Birds Are Happy Here

Waiting his turn patiently.

How many days have we been asked to stay home? Days go on and on some productive some not so much. I have taken a 3 mile walk and then sat most of the day capturing shots of my visiting wildlife and yes even painted.

Lousy photo but here is what I completed today boy did it start out differently and I loved it but hey it is a piece of paper and I had a relaxing couple of hours away from the news.

Colorful Day

We received 4″ of heavy wet snow 2 days after I finished my flower gardens and had them safely under another layer of mulch to keep the weeds at bay when spring actually does arrive.

Winter Again

Stay safe everyone and try not to get caught up in worry we can get through this and spray your phones, doorknobs and those remote controls and we all know now how important hand washing is in stopping the spread of Covid-19.

23 thoughts on “Birds Are Happy Here

  1. Beautiful feathered friend and painting. It must be satisfying to be able to create during this confinement. I’ve been sewing, but it takes a little push because I keep thinking so what if I don’t finish, it’ll still be here tomorrow. 🙂

    1. 🙂 I have been busy deleting emails, spreading mulch but want to get all my painting of the barn done and some boards off the house that replacing before the heat and bugs arrive just need to stay healthy. Take it easy just knowing we are isolated is stressful just blog, sew and rest so we can enjoy summer.

  2. The snow was quite heavy. We have some flu and so Tom couldn’t go out to plow for the town. Our dr said there are no tests to see if it’s the coronavirus but told us to isolate ourselves just in case. Coughing, headaches but thankfully no fever. It feels like a flu I’ve had before. So we rest, watch some birds outside and wait for true spring! I love your trees painting!❤️🙏

      1. Hi Eunice yes we are resting and isolating ourselves. I pray it isn’t as well. We are getting better but still coughing. I’m praying my son doesn’t get it, take care💕😘

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