I see you still have signs of snow :)Such a cute little bird feeder...Your soup looks delicious, I would welcome a bowl right now.Nails to match your mug, both so pretty.Hugs,~Jo
We have a little left...most has melted away. It's very cold but to warm up again this weekend.Makes you wonder if this is the end of if for the season!
These are beautiful, Betsy. I love the chapel one. :)
Isn't that the cutest? An auction find....had to have it.
I love pic no.6. It reminds me of days long ago when I was married. Every Sunday afternoon I would relax in a sun kissed room rather like that one, with the cat on my lap gently purring me to being half awake and half asleep, a glass of red wine by my side. Just thinking about nothing at all, listening to the birds tweeting outside. Silence in the house, kids at Sunday School, wife gone out with her latest lover. Bliss.
You think I'm joking about the wife dont you? I am not, it was the only time of the week when I wasn't being nagged at to get out on the garden or do some odd jobs!
I didn't think you were joking at all! You've told me your story. Sometimes being alone is better than being with unpleasant company, right? :)
You are so right!
Love the chapel . . . . I am building a bird table for The Rectory and might copy this design. It would fit in very well with the oldie worldy environment. Love the red and the blue . . . :)
I think making a chapel bird feeder would be a great idea!
Yes I'll make the feeder like your's ~ so pretty and eclesiastical just right for any local devout birds with high morals . . . :)
I am guessing those are Song Sparrows at the feeder? Love your nice wide window sills and all of your beautiful plants, Betsy. So tell me...what is your favorite tea? Your pictures are beautiful today.
Good guess...but those are male and female House Sparrows! Favorite tea....probably green. Although I've enjoyed a lot of Vanilla Chai lately. Not really into the herbal teas, although I had Chamomile at my niece's last summer and it was delicious!
Lovely post tonight...You read my mind...thinking of the same theme myself for a post...Your birds are spectacular...we see beautiful things thru the window,eh?Enjoy your evening...miss V all bathed...bedtime soon...💙Cheers!Linda :o)
Great minds, eh? haha.Love watching birds from the window....having feeders near the house is so fun.Have fun with V....cottage trip tomorrow?
Nope...not today. V's Mom under the weather...we will drive her home later this afternoon...Perhaps next week...looking forward to seeing what the winds and snow did down there!Happy St Patrick's Day ☘🎩☘🎩☘
I love that little bird feeder - it's so full of charm!Such pretty photos!
Isn't it sweet? My favorite by far!
Neat bird feeder! And great Cardinal and Blue Jay pix.
Those birds just lend great color to the outdoor winter, don't they?
Birdies going to church... seed worship!Jays and Cardinals look so dramatic against a snowy background. Beautiful. Ohhh... that soup... yum!Such a peaceful, relaxing room. I love bay windows. Kitties must as well.
I'm sure they all sing in the choir! haha.
what pretty pictures. the kitty one is my favorite. what a sweetie. Love that window. Stay warm.
That kitty is Shadow....a very sweet boy!
Hi Betsy - lovely range of photos - fantastic selection ... clever. Enjoy the weekend and let's hope the snow melts away and the sun comes out ... oh that soup looks delicious! Cheers Hilary
Rain here today...all day long! And wind!
A good place to soakWatching each birdy blokeOr would that be lass?Either way they sure pass
Lots of birds out there to seeas he sits in the sun all warm and cozy.
You captured some wonderful photos. I love the red and blue and the black cat too.
Gotta search out the colors when it's so dreary outside!
Your photos make me smile and (sometimes sigh) . It is always a pleasure to visit your blog.
Well, thanks, Mary. :)
A great place to sit and soak up the sun! What a great place to read too!
I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!