Daily Pics #115.

Good morning everyone!  It is a beautiful spring morning here, that nice fresh spring smell is in the air.  Each day there are more and more birds singing joyfully in the trees. Perhaps we can’t get out as much as before, but we can open the windows and listen to that wonderful music as the birds wake up each morning.  Or if you’re not a morning person, then the birds do the same thing in the evening, usually until after it gets dark. And in the spring they often will sing all day long.  Each species having it’s favorite time of day for singing their cheery songs to help us through our days.  I would like to say thanks to everyone for contacting WP over the comments issue, the problem has been fixed now and comments are back to normal.

And Muffin is very happy now too.  She gets to have her door open during the day.  She can sleep in the sun.  And if the sun gets too hot right by the window, then she moves to a slightly less sunny spot for awhile to cool down a bit, before moving back into the sun again.  But her early morning routine doesn’t really change.  She likes to have her playtime with her fuzz ball and she always likes me to join in with her.  I enjoy that part too.  She is quite content being indoors.  She is strictly an indoor cat, too many dangers out there to let her go outside.  But she doesn’t mind.  She has a very simple list of needs.  And she is very content with what she has.  We can learn a lot from animals sometimes.

And now for some different pics.  I keep trying to get pics of Sir George taking flight after picking up his food.  Not as easy at it sounds but here are a couple…


This one was from last summer.  Not the best pic I will admit and it would have been nice to have him centered in the pic at least.  But like I said, not so easy to do.  For a big bird they move amazingly fast, even when I’m standing there ready for him.  Sigh.IMG_2836

This one was from just the other day, turned out a bit better, even though not quite airborne.  But I will keep trying for one.  Still, I like the way this one turned out.

I hope you all have a wonderful day, stay safe and God bless!

Steve and Muffin.

© 2020 Steve McLeod.

29 Comments on “Daily Pics #115.

  1. Our vet once told me the only way to ‘keep’ a cat is to keep them indoors. Seems selfish but it is a big bad world out there. But then…I do have between 15 and 20 ferral cats at any one time on my porch. I really would like them to disappear .

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    • It is a bad world out there. I had a cat one time that did go outside, he suffered terribly at the hands of some teens, but survived and lived another 8 years. But since then my cats were indoor cats, except one when I lived in the country for awhile. He weighed 25lbs. Around here people have started losing cats and smaller dogs to wolves and coyotes that have started coming into town and have been right on my deck. Safer indoors for sure and cats are very adaptable creatures.

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  2. Love the pics ! It is always sweet to hear the robins praising God morning and night ! 🙂😺☕️☕️🦉

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  3. I’ve seen a beach in the news, that’s fill of sea gull birds, Hope you are fine and your back is fine. How are u Steve & Muffin☺️ Have a beautiful weekend ✨💐🤗

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    • Hi Simon! We’re doing fine and enjoying the nice weather. Yes, gulls love beaches along the sea especially. We have many thousands of gulls here on our lake and even most of the smaller lakes have them too.
      Thanks Simon, enjoy your weekend too! It’s a beautiful day here!🌞😎🌲🌳😁😸☕☕

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