The days go by so quickly, and as evening comes to a close (bed-time), I realize that I've done little if any stitching. I am enjoying puttering away on "For Keeps" and certainly expect that I will be able to post a finish next week.
We had a pair of Red-tailed Hawks soaring in the sky.
I'm done to just five to seven Pine Siskins as the feeders.
They have a very cheerful song and chatter to one another. They've provided much entertainment on the birding front this winter.
As have the Black-capped Chickadees.
They can appear as short little butterballs.
Or longer, sleeker birds.
The Juncos are plump little birds too.
While the Steller's Jays are comical characters.
They do have tail and wing patterns - bright blue with dramatic black stripes.