What a lovely series of photos, I like the narrative you've written to go with them too! Thanks for visiting my blog too!
In the middle of my workday, I sat and smiled for a few minutes and even laughed out loud! Thanks for this adorable series, Cathy. I really needed it today.
That is great! Very funny/wonderful photos!
Thank you for the smiles and chuckles! Gotta love a duck in a bird bath!
I like this! And I have a few squirrely neighbors, too.
I love this post! How sweet and adorable. Thanks for brightening my day, Cathy. hugs,Laurie
Oh, too cute. I hope they stay.
That has got to be THE fattest squirrel I've ever seen!I'm expecting future photos of mama mallard leading her ducklings to the sauna.;-)Thanks for the smile.
That's just ducky.
So where are the eggs? Great post!Ruth
Great series of photos! How cute, and your captions seem right on. I agree with Laura about that squirrel -- it sure looks well fed -- and also not too happy about the ducks moving in! For the past 2 or 3 years, my mom has had a pair of ducks visiting her yard once or twice a day to clean up seed spilled by the birds that come to the feeders. We think they must be nesting in a little storm water lagoon nearby, but they fly over and then walk into the yard for their daily visit.
Blogging Buddies! This was fun. When you're sitting in wintry April, little things like mallards out for a stroll - can fill an otherwise ho-hum day.Thank you so much for a reaffirming my sense of whimsy.YES- my squirrels are FAT :0) You would be too, if you lived in MY backyard :0DI'll be watching for ducklings. The female eats 8 times more than the drake - she's eating for 4 . . or more, I guess.
Lucky you-That must have been fun to watch.-thanks for the photos and captions.
Yes, Larry. This has been a wonderful distraction from the $#&^ weather. Thanks.
Post a Comment