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Daily Life, Clouds, and Life's Hardest Lessons

Monday, April 19, 2010

I have been so busy getting my class ready for their spring musical, which will be on the 7th and 8th of May. We will be performing 'The Wizard of Oz" I have a cast of 30 children, 3rd through 6th grade. The children make the sets, the costumes, and the props with some help from the art teacher and I, so it is a huge undertaking, yet so worth it! Once they have tackled such an enormous project, and mostly done everything themselves, the children are so proud of their accomplishments and feel that they can do anything as long as they stick to it in spite of difficulties. They positively exude confidence! However, coordinating, directing, coaching, arranging for musical backup and theater space, cheering on the children's efforts, and pushing and prodding where necessary can wear a teacher out!

In addition to worrying about my mother in law and phone calls to the hospital, I spent the weekend getting chores done: poodle grooming, cleaning the chick cage, doing laundry, ironing, cleaning, and groceries shopping. I also got in a little much needed Chris time. I had an enjoyable bass guitar lesson. I have been playing acoustic guitar, folk, bluegrass, and flamenco, so it has been fun to branch out into electric. On both Saturday and Sunday, I managed to squeeze in time to sing with friends. Music definitely soothes my soul.

I got in several walks, and logged in over 10,000 steps each day for Saturday, Sunday, and again today. After reading several blogs about sneaking in strength training while getting chores done, I have been doing that as well.

I was so tired last night that I dozed off early and did not have the opportunity to post my usual blog/cloud and bloom journal. So this evening, I have both yesterday's and today's clouds to share. emoticon



Sunday was a picture perfect day, with gorgeous fluffy cumulus clouds floating in a sky of the loveliest blue. I couldn't resist including the meadow and Stella in this cloud picture - as fabulous as the clouds were, the whole was definitely greater than the parts.



Today's clouds were very thin whispy cirrus clouds. I love the soft upsweep they get from the wind. Much of the day was almost cloudless.

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I've blogged about Annie Oaktree before. She is magnificent, but full of life's scars. During Hurricane Ike, she sustained serious damage and I have worried about whether she could survive the next winter. I am so happy to see her leafing out yet again this spring. Such a stately old tree with so many tales.




This tree is not at my house, but at school.

Ten days after my granddaughter died, a very sweet student of mine was struck by a car and killed. It was such a tragedy for the whole community to lose Neetahnah in such a senseless and violent accident. This is Neetahnah's memorial tree, a Cherokee sunset dogwood to commemorate a beloved Cherokee child. It is a lovely tribute to her. Neetahnah always loved babies and young children. She had been so happy about Lilee's arrival into the world. I comfort myself with the vision of Neetahnah looking after Lilee, although it is still cold comfort. I want them both here. I have done a lot of healing, but sometimes I still have a hard time reconciling it. These two girls will always have a big place in my heart.

I remember when I was expecting my second child, I was worried about whether I would be able to love him or her as much as I loved my first. I had so much love for my first child, sometimes I thought my heart would burst right out of my chest. How could there be enough room in my heart to love another child so deeply? The birth of my second son taught me the lesson that love can double, triple, quadruple.. the heart only expands with each child. There is an infinite capacity to love.

The loss of Lilee and Neetahnah taught me a similar lesson. The heart also has equal capacity to hold the ones you have loved and lost in death. Those you can no longer hold in your arms stay wrapped forever in your heart.











  
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MEOWMAMA3 4/23/2010 9:13PM

    This brought me to tears. Losing a loved one is so hard, but losing children is the added loss of hope and possibilities. I attended the funerals of 2 former students and they were just the most tragic and awful experiences of my life.

That's quite a production you're putting on. I know how exhausted you must be. Enjoy your "Chris" time, savor each moment! Life goes on and we all must be like Dorothy and look to the rainbow and follow the yellow brick road! emoticon

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HOCKEYCREW 4/20/2010 11:02AM

    A beautiful blog post. Starting with your very busy day and ending with a very peaceful image of two girls helping each other. And the love that we can share.

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OVERWORKEDJANET 4/20/2010 5:05AM

    Life is so sweet. We find hope, beauty and comfort in our joys and pain.

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PENNYAN45 4/20/2010 12:20AM

    I remember having the same feelings when I was pregnant with my second child. How could I possibly love this second child as much as I loved the first? It seems silly today - because of course I had more than enough love for both children!

Your blogs show us what a big heart you have - and what a caring person you are. They are a pleasure to read.

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LUVSBULLDOGS 4/19/2010 10:49PM

    Another great blog. Thanks for sharing.

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MARY1313 4/19/2010 10:26PM

    such beautiful pictures it makes me want to come and visit your little corner of the earth! such a sad story about the little cherokee child and your granddaughter. I know your heart will always be filled with the enormity of the loss. thank you for sharing your heart and your world and your life with us.

Mary

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LMB-ESQ 4/19/2010 10:06PM

    I felt EXACTLY the same way as you when I was pregnant with my second child. And I was just as amazed and just as full of love. What a beautiful blog. Thank you! emoticon

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KRITTERKEEPERS 4/19/2010 9:49PM

    Chris, your blog has captured the essence of the emotions that we feel perfectly. Thank you for sharing with us.
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VALERIEMAHA 4/19/2010 9:39PM

    I'm speechless at the immensity of your heart and hands.
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W82GOWHEE 4/19/2010 9:23PM

    This is very beautiful--thank you. I have my parents wrapped in my heart.

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Mother In Law in Hospital

Monday, April 19, 2010

My mother-in-law ended up in the hospital on Saturday. She apparently swallowed a pill wrong and it ended up in her lung. Today they ran some tests to see if she had some heart problems that could be contributing to her weakened condition, but none were detected. At this point, they believe she has a lung infection and are treating her with antibiotics. Mike visited her on Saturday and thought she looked a little weak, She was removed to ICU shortly after that. It appears that she will go to a nursing home for rehab when she is strong enough to leave the hospital.

She is not at all happy about this - I think she thinks the nursing home would turn into a permanent change for her. Her husband (not Mike's father) is currently in an Alzheimer's unit in a nursing home, and I am afraid she sees the nursing home option as an end of the line thing. We are trying to explain to her about the physical therapy benefits that will help her return home stronger and healthier than if she returned home straight from the hospital.


  
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MEOWMAMA3 4/23/2010 9:00PM

    Hope she's doing better, both physically and mentally.

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STARLASUE 4/20/2010 9:10AM

    Oh dear. Prayers ascending.

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OVERWORKEDJANET 4/20/2010 5:10AM

    It is now 5 weeks since Dad had his hospitalization. He is getting ready to give Denise (24 hr caregiver) the boot. It takes a lot longer to recover at their age and their frustration level is not tempered by youthful nicities. They want what they want when they want it. We are now the moms, eh?.

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KRITTERKEEPERS 4/19/2010 9:52PM

    My DH had a similar experience and I left work early and took him to the hospital. Fortunately, the pill dissolved in the lung and he was able to cough up some nasty "goo" but still had to be treated for aspiration pneumonia. He's more careful swallowing pills now. I hope your mother-in-law gets her strength back soon.

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WATERMELLEN 4/19/2010 9:02PM

    Such a tough situation all round: trust, love, time all needed and I'm sure will be supplied! If they can only be perceived/received!

Glad that good ol' ee cummings gave you a lift (he IS wonderful!!)

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CLEVAGAL 4/19/2010 7:27PM

    We have had alot of trouble with our grandparents recently (something I havent blogged about). Theres alot to be said for growing old gracefully dont you think? Maybe Mike needs to assure her that it isnt permanent. Here in Australia we do everything to keep our elderly in their own homes. In fact only 10% of the Aged population are in homes. I think it will be just fine with a little love, reassurance and tenderness. Good luck Chris, Cleva xxx emoticon

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VALERIEMAHA 4/19/2010 7:19PM

    Oh wow Chris! That's horrible. Your hubby's poor mama is feeling totally out-of-control of her life. So hard. All you can do is continue to reassure her that the change is temp for the PT. My 47 yr. old friend had to go to a nursing home for rehab for 3 mo. after he had a stroke, because it's an extended care environment where they can better assist in getting back to independent living!

You're such a trooper...I'm somehow unsubscribed from your blogs so I also missed the last one (something like Stella, Blooms, Denty), which is FAB-u-lous!!! I so admire your gifts and talents and skills and way-of-being in the world.
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MARY1313 4/19/2010 6:32PM

    Oh wow! I didn't know that could happen. My Mom was afraid to go to the nursing home for rehab too, but we were there for her everyday and promised her ever day it was not permanent. Bless her heart, I would be afraid too, but it is hard to convince them that you aren't trying to trick them. I'll add her to my prayer list.

Mary

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Weight Gain, Stella, and Denty, Oh My!

Saturday, April 17, 2010

I am taking a minute to sit, rest, and get my blog in, in between the tasks of today.

I have been getting in 2 - 4 miles of actual walks in every day, plus 10,000 to 15,000 steps each day. However, I guess I should be tracking my food. I thought I was eating well, but I have managed to gain back 3 pounds in the last three weeks of hectic life style. I have been reading about the effect of stress hormones on weight gain, and find this an interesting concept. This may have a lot to do with the weight gain in spite of an active life style. Today, I will get back to tracking, though, to see if there is something out of balance in my diet.

So far today, from my to-do list, I have gotten Stella groomed. Poodle grooming is no small task. It took the greater part of the morning. After her morning of Poodle Torture, the Diva looks, smells, and feels better. She gets positively frisky after her bath, brush, clip, and pedicure. emoticon







This past week, I have been taking two chicks at a time to work with me. Yesterday was Baby Huey and Denty's turns. I don't know how happy Huey and Denty were, but the children were delighted to see them. They have a special attachment to Denty since none of us were at all certain whether the chick in the little glued together egg would survive.



Denty's getting to be a pretty big girl!

I checked the blue bird nest yesterday, but no glad tidings yet. I will post when the babies are hatched.

I was too busy and tired yesterday to post my Cloud and Bloom journal. The sky was very dramatic yesterday as the front blew in. We went from cirrus to stratonimbus over the course of the day.








The blooms continue to come on strong. These are the forget-me-nots that I planted in Lilee's garden.





The buckeye trees are blooming, as are the lilacs.



My favorite photographic catch of the day was this Meadow Fritillary.




Now I really need to go clean the room where the chicks are living. It is getting very dusty in there, and I want to have it done before my music lesson. Today I want to focus on my bass guitar - I'm really looking forward to my lesson. That will be my reward for getting my morning chores done.









  
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CLEVAGAL 4/18/2010 8:16PM

    Forget me nots are a classified weed here in Australia!!!!!

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BILLTMAN 4/18/2010 6:57PM

    Yes, the stress really affects my weight as well. That and eating too much...(just a little joke!) Onec again beautiful photos.

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    emoticon I love that you find the time to blog with your busy life emoticon

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B2B2BA 4/17/2010 10:24PM

    Great pictures. I envy you the lilacs. We are a ways away from any blooms. Can't wait to go outside and catch the scent.

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HOPERISING 4/17/2010 10:07PM

    I love love love your photos... the one of Stella with no feet on the ground is awesome!

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WATERMELLEN 4/17/2010 9:55PM

    Cortisol (stress hormone) I'm pretty sure affects weight: so does insufficient sleep (often related to stress as well, of course).

You're combatting stress nicely with all of your attentiveness to natural beauty -- and that glorious Stella frisking around! But as for me: gotta track my food, too easy to delude myself that I'm eating healthily otherwise!

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OLDERDANDRT 4/17/2010 8:30PM

    OMG!!! Denty is really growing!!! Oh, and the diva, Miss Stella is lookin' good!!! She really does look like she's telling the world to take note, b/c she's the fairest of them all!!!!
Loved seeing the clouds and the beauties you find on your walks.
Hope you enjoyed your bass lesson!!
Hugs,
Jayne

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KRITTERKEEPERS 4/17/2010 1:54PM

    Stress hormones definitely pack on the pounds. Hopefully things will calm down for you and you can get back on track.
It's amazing how getting a bath brings out the "frisky" in dogs. I love it!
The chicks are really cute. I'm sure the kids love having them come to class.
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0309COOKIE 4/17/2010 12:55PM

    I had a little teacup poodle for seventeen years and towards the end of her life I used to groom her because no one else wanted to. That was what you called poodle torture, lol. We both hated it.

Stella looks so beautiful in her pictures. I never tire of looking at her!

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LMB-ESQ 4/17/2010 12:54PM

    You are such a busy person! I can understand why you are feeling stressed! But I'll bet a couple of days of tracking will point out exactly why you've gained a couple of pounds. I know when I'm stressed, I just pay no attention at all to what I'm eating, so it doesn't surprise me in the least if I gain weight. That's where I am this weekend, but I also don't care too much for now. I care more about taking care of my poor sick dog, and I'll worry about the food later.

Stella is so cute! I swear Chris, you're going to turn me into a poodle fan in spite of myself! I love all your photos! And I love the fact that you know the names of all those plants... I don't have a clue LOL

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CATHYGETSFIT 4/17/2010 12:43PM

    LOl I love all of the pics!! Yes, stress can definitely play a big role in your weight. Stella looks happy though even though she had to go through the torture! emoticon I'm glad to hear the Denty turned out to be just fine. I've had lots of stress in my life over the past 5 years. It seems like I've been on one long roller coaster ride; I'm persevering though. Hang in there, just keep doing what you're doing and track your food if you feel you need to/should.

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LN7777 4/17/2010 12:04PM

    Stella looks beautiful! Wish I could groom Rigby but I know how hard it is.

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MARY1313 4/17/2010 11:41AM

    yep stress hormones effect women drastically!

Stella is soooo beautiful! Poodle torture! LOL. I am the evil ear hair puller! LOL

great pics!

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MARYMAC45 4/17/2010 11:37AM

    Lovely pictures. I am reading the paperwork with my camera to see if I can post some pics too. It really adds to your posts. I do believe that stress and a super hectic lifestyle may cause weight gain. Tracking food daily is very important to me, as I can see where I occasionally stray off track. Good luck and have a GREAT weekend.
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Cloud and Bloom Journal

Thursday, April 15, 2010



I have been trying to keep a cloud journal. We have been having some outstanding spring skies this year, a rich blue with scattered altocumulus clouds. As lovely as it has been, there has been little change to report. Today, however, the clouds are telling us that the weather is about to shift. The clouds have increased in breadth and depth, developing through the day into full fledged cumulous clouds. They are beautiful and dramatic.



The buds of many of the flowering trees are transforming into blossoms. The buds on Lilee's flowering crab were a lovely red and tightly closed last week, This week they are getting plumper and some of them have opened into flowers.





The dogwood almost shines in the sun.




On up the hill, the flowering quince is in full bloom. I love the contrasts of the shades of pink.





The redbud has been attracting bees. I am still waiting to see if the honey bee population will continue making its comeback. We had more last year than we had in the previous years. These appear to be bumble bees - I am not really certain what kind of bee they are.



I love this old flowering crabapple. It blooms reliably and profusely every spring and provides a lovely shady place to cool off when we need a break from weeding the veggies.





I have been very happy to see that my jack-in-the-pulpits are proliferating. When we moved here, I found one lonely jack-in-the-pulpit in the woods. In the fall, I collected its seeds and spread them around the woods. I have continued to do that about every other year. Now I have some very nice jack-in-the-pulpit stands in the amongst the trees.





But my favorite find, aside from the blue birds' eggs I mentioned in my earlier blog, was this yellow trillium. I love trillium, but they were not growing in my little woods, and it is unethical to dig them up in the wild. Several years ago, I bought a trillium plant at a sale at the arboretum. I planted it, but was disappointed that it did not come up the following spring. Since then, I had forgotten all about it, so I was very surprised when I came across it on my walk this afternoon.



The sun has set on another miracle of a day. After such a long gray winter, I love to soak up the sun, revel in the clouds, smell the sweet scents of spring, take in the blue of the skies and the verdant green of the grass. The next few days are forecast to be colder and damp; that is the story the clouds have been telling today. We need the rain, so it will be a good thing. I am sated with the days we have been gifted with, and ready for the cooler weather and some rain.

















  
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STARLASUE 4/16/2010 6:09PM

    Wonderful!

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MARY1313 4/16/2010 5:54PM

    Great pictures and blog!! It has been great weather here too. I will be getting some flowers today when I leave work to play in pots this weekend for my tiny little patio. I love love love nature!!!

Mary

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ASTABETH 4/16/2010 4:39PM

    Absolutely lovely. I wish I knew the names of the trees and plants I see around here. Unfortunately, we are in town and there aren't that many. Thanks for sharing!

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BILLTMAN 4/16/2010 4:19PM

    Beautiful, absolutely beautiful. I wish I lived in a place where I could stroll in the woods. I am living in the suburban sprawl and miss that sort of thing. We don't have the change of seasons here in central Florida so I really miss the blooming of the dogwoods and the redbuds. Again, thanks for the photographs.

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OLDERDANDRT 4/16/2010 12:49PM

    Oh, thank you so much for the fantastic blog and lovely pictures. It's almost like being with you, though actually taking that walk with you would definitely have been better! You really know your stuff.

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SCOOTER4263 4/16/2010 8:39AM

    Jack-in-the-pulpit is one of my most favorite woods plants - I have a modest patch I keep nudging along. The trillium is gorgeous. Have you considered bloodroot? It, too, can lie dormant for a year or two before coming up, but the flowers are beautiful in the shady woods.

My daffs are just starting up, no trees yet - and the flowering crabs would do *so* much better if the deer would stop gnawing the tops off! Everything has to eat, I understand, but weren't my tulip bulbs enough? Yeesh!

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KBUCKMASH 4/16/2010 3:56AM

    Looking at the pictures of flowering trees, realized wouldn't it be nice if we had trees that would have blooms on them all year round? Flowers are so uplifting and once the trees have lost their blooms we have to look down to see flowers. Not complaining - just an observation. But it doesn't seem right!

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LUVSBULLDOGS 4/15/2010 11:03PM

    Thanks for sharing.

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W82GOWHEE 4/15/2010 9:58PM

    Very lovely--thanks.

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MARYMAC45 4/15/2010 9:54PM

    Beautiful, beautiful. Love your pictures, plants and clouds. It is early for us to see flowers so early, our crab apple is starting to bloom also. The Magnolia's lost a lot of buds and are not too good this year. The azelia buds are starting to open. The weigelia are almost open and the forsythia is past their prime now. WE love spring and are enjoying it even more as we grow older.

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CLEVAGAL 4/15/2010 9:36PM

    Gorgeous as always. One of my favourite trees is a crabapple. Malus Ioensis 'Plena' is my favourite. I cant grow the deciduous trees up here due to the sub tropical weather. Yesterday though I saw four Liquid Ambers growing in someones front lawn and I got all excited.

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Blue Birds!

Thursday, April 15, 2010

On my afternoon walk, I decided to take a peek at the blue bird houses along the blue bird trail to see if there was any activity going on there. I need to do some maintenance along the trail. One of the houses has disappeared - I don't know how that happened - and will have to be replaced. I had cleaned out the houses earlier in the spring. The under-growth around two of them, has become over-growth; I really need to get back there with a saw and cut some of it back.



I selected this house to check for potential blue bird activity. I hadn't seen any blue birds yet this spring, so I was very uncertain whether they decided to time share and move someplace better maintained.



When I unlatched the door,I was very pleased to find that there was a blue bird nest in there. Sometimes sparrows decide to take over, but their nests are pretty ratty and course looking compared to the neat nest of the little blue birds.

I am not tall enough to see into the nest, I held my camera up over the nest, with the flash off and took a picture.

This is the photo:



Woot! Blue bird eggs! It looks like some of them may have a little pipping going on. I am going to have to check back in a few days to see if there are babies. Then I will have to content myself with watching the nests for fledglings so I don't upset the parents.

Now I need to go on a wren nest hunt.


  
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HANNAHV 4/19/2010 7:26AM

    Thanks for sharing! it felt as if I was right there with you discovering the find...the eggs looks soooo unreal. Please keep us posted on the progress.

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STARLASUE 4/16/2010 6:09PM

    How exciting! I wish the family a successful hatching and fledging. Uh and it is 5 eggs! {grin}

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MARY1313 4/16/2010 5:59PM

    Oh how beautiful!!!! Before my divorce, I would check my boots out in the garage, there was always a little nest with eggs in it, I had to leave the garage door open until I knew the Mama was home in the evenings! And the blue birds always build in my pots, but I just get really careful about how I water so as not to disturb them!

Great pictures, thanks for sharing!!!!

Mary

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PATRICIAANN46 4/16/2010 9:21AM

  We have 8 Bluebird houses and they are all full. We had an unusual thing happen last Spring. A male kept flying in to the bedroom window (against the glass) until his little feet started bleeding. I have suncatchers in the window to help prevent this, but it didn't do any good with him. My husband and I both thought that he thought his reflection was another male Bluebird and he was trying to chase him away. One of the houses was closer to our house, so we moved it further away. He stopped.

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SCOOTER4263 4/16/2010 8:43AM

    Wow. How much fun is this?! emoticon

The birds around me always seem to nest in the most inconvenient places - my hanging baskets, the hops trellis next to the clothesline, the corners of the roof over the front door, etc. Last year, though, I had a Northern Oriole build a nest in a tree (right over my car, of course) and it's mostly still there, despite some winter storms with 50 mph winds (my neighbor should take building lessons from them - he lost his shed roof!)

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0309COOKIE 4/15/2010 9:44PM

    I have a box right outside my kitchen window and two years in a row had bluebirds nest in it and got to watch the bluebirds fly away to nearby trees. It was so cool to watch.

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WATERMELLEN 4/15/2010 9:14PM

    Too too thrilling -- especially the picture of the eggs! I remember when bluebirds were almost extinct prior to the ban on DDT: it's wonderful that (supported by the bluebird box programme too) they have come back,

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BIRDBRAIN222 4/15/2010 8:04PM

    Cool! Unfortunately, I am not in Bluebird habitat. I am thinking about putting in some Screech Owl boxes in my oaks, though.
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SIRIRADHA 4/15/2010 7:11PM

    I'll bet it was fun pulling the camera back down and looking at the picture! Four eggs! Yay, bluebirds!

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OLDERDANDRT 4/15/2010 6:58PM

    OMG, girlfriend!!! I just love the beautifule little bluebirds!! You are sooo lucky to have them avail themselves of the housing you provide!!! We have bluebirds in the area and I see them once in a while, but I have no idea where the live. Always wanted to put up a house or two but don't know where would be the best place to put them!
Great blog and pictures! Happy bluebirding!!!!

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