Thursday, April 29, 2010

The Best Things

In life are free, aren't they?


I am thrilled that once again my eastern bluebird friends have chosen my bluebird house to lay and hatch their little family.

Off to get them some meal worms!

19 comments:

  1. sweet!!! i love the egg color!!!

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  2. How sweet! I too would be so thrilled. The eggs are gorgeous.

    ~ Tracy

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  3. Oh my, had never seen these 'for real'. Great color!

    Have a happy day, sweet Kate. xx

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  4. Did you take that? I love it! =]

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  5. Great photo. Do you really feed them worms? That is so cool! A wonderful spring surprise.

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  6. You know we will want to see them when we come over tonight!!!

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  7. I completely agree! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  8. Look how sweet those little blue eggs are. Love it!
    Linda

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  9. What an honor for you! Those eggs are just perfection.

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  10. Oh what pretty eggs and don't you just love watching them! Have a great rest of the evening, T

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  11. Playing catch up:

    Love the color of those eggs.

    Love Bluebird's prom story...friends today, but maybe more tomorrow. Ok, ok. I'm romanticizing.

    Well, it is Spring, you know.

    And I so want to take a spin in the dumpster diving car.

    Very, very glad that your little guests have moved on to better lodging.

    Love you, sweet girl!

    Sweet dreams.

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  12. What a sweet sight! I LOVE bluebird eggs! Hope you're having a great night!

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  13. We don't have bluebirds in Holland. Amazing color these eggs! Have a happy weekend. xx

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  14. That is the most beautiful color in Nature... don't you agree?

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  15. Bee-yuu-tee-ful! I love bird nests! I don't have any bluebirds that I've seen lately. But after viewing drab goldfinches all winter, I saw a bright yellow one at the feeder this morning! They are so pretty.

    I can't keep filling our birdfeeders on our deck because we have bears here now. I do fill one that hangs in a tree on the other side of the house because I can't bring myself to give it up completely... I'm taking my chances, I know!

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  16. You have to love a good birds nest. You might enjoy my wife's blog. Take a peek if you have a few minutes.

    http://www.luciannasamu.com/2010/05/busy-birds/

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  17. I am so jealous. I have not had bluebirds for several years now, because the sparrows get their first and then I have to take the houses down. They are such a joy to watch... indeed the birds of happiness :)

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