Friday, March 13, 2009

Mr. Carolina Wren paid me a visit the other day.











And wonky! We've got a lot of wonky things around here, wonky mail box, wonky bird bath. Time for some spring clean up in more ways than one.

36 comments:

  1. Oh Denise, you started my morning with this lovely post, thanks

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  2. What's wrong with wonky things?

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  3. Daryl, thank you.

    Walker, thank you too.

    Lilli &amp, you're so kind.

    Gregg my Darling, I'm giving you a list when you get home tonight, the weekend's coming - kiss kiss - for everyone who thinks I have a closet boyfriend, this is my hubby Gregg. I can hear him saying, "Oh no, not the list!" 'cus it's a long one :)

    Mommanator, thank you.

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  4. How delightful !
    Don't you just love birds ....
    I have the little wrens all over my porch, and yesterday one cheeky beggar was trying to biuld a nest, inside my potting shed. I caught her stealing my moss ;)

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  5. Wow, Denise! This is really fantastic. It was fun to see and read and then we learned something, too.

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  6. funny but romantic as well!Great Denise! God luck with the new bird bath! :-)
    Have a nice weekend
    Léia :-)

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  7. Ha, ha, ha, ha. Love your post and photos.

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  8. Wonderful post Denise - lovely photos and great conversation. What more could anyone want. A x

    PS. I have a list too and it never gets any shorter!

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  9. Hello Denise
    Does make you wonder what birds think about each other?
    Neat post Denise
    Take careCathy

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  10. I got a chuckle out of this. :D

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  11. Denise, a wonderful post letting the pretty birds have their say. I am enchanted with this.
    I think it looks nice if things are used looking it does not matter if the birdbath is a bit rusty; tell Miss Wren it is ok! when it is old and grey.It is very IN, chabby chic!

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  12. Brit from Tennessee, I certainly do. What I love is the fact that with a lot of help from my blogging friends, I am actually slowly recognizing them. That the next exciting step, it is that time of the year for nesting isn't it? I am excited at the thought of taking photos of babies.

    Kay, glad you enjoyed it.

    Léia, thank you, might treat them to it this weekend if I can find one.

    Jan, thank you.

    Hi Anne, I guess we've all got lists of one kind or another ;)

    Cathy, how I wish I could talk bird talk.

    Steve, I am happy to give you a smile.

    Titania, I'll have to tell Gregg that. We have a lot of chabby chic around here. I didn't know I was actually fashionable ;)

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  13. Cute idea! I like the creativity and the photos of the birds are wonderful. Thanks for visiting my page and the comments on my family.

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  14. Oh, this was too cute! Just loved it! The pictures were great and you seem to really have a handle on the birds' conversation!

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  15. Well this was just the bees knees Denise!!!!!!!

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  16. This is just delightful, D!
    You must do this rgularly. Aloha-

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  17. Geez they are chatting like building keepers, lol ! but what cute little birds !

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  18. Now you probably started something. I bet we see a lot of this in the very near future. LOL

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  19. What are these lists Denise, I have never heard of them (not much) {:)

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  20. Hi Denise, please come over to my place there's an award waiting for you!

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  21. Terrific !!!!
    Very clever.
    Nice photos too.

    Thanks for the visit,
    Troy and Martha

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  22. Loved this post, with the birds talking to you. really cute.

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  23. Oh, this is absolutely adorable... I could not help smiling throughout the whole thing!!!

    Mountain Retreat Photos

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  24. LOL! LOL! I'm glad I found this post :-) I love talking critters...they have such personality. If your cardinal gets its nose too out of joint, just send it along to Indiana...he is our state bird, too :-)

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  25. This is si very clever . I am bookmarking your lovely work Sandy

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  27. I am trying again..
    Wonderful...
    Birds are talking..hope you'll continue your dialogue? Let us know if the little wren found a partner.
    -Cheers Gisela.

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