Tag Archives: Birds

One-Liner Wednesday – I Said No

On a recent walk with Maddie, we got to watch a little scene play out high atop the lights at the baseball field. It reminded me of the guys who tried too hard to pick up women in bars. I’m … Continue reading

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One-Liner Wednesday – Feeding Time

“Don’t look out the window!” No, there’s no boogieman. No political candidates. It’s not the season for Girl Scout cookies. No one is asking for a contribution… well, no human that is. Our yard has become a bit of an … Continue reading

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One-Liner Wednesday – National Aviary

“Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.” – attributed to Chief Seattle – Chief … Continue reading

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Vote for Me!

Or not. It’s not like I’m running to be the next guy to attempt to sink the ship of state. No, I’m just submitting an entry in Linda G. Hill’s kinda-sorta-annual One-Liner Wednesday Badge Contest. I entered last year, too. … Continue reading

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One-Liner Wednesday – The Big Game

I’m sure by now most of my regular readers know that my weekend routine includes a walk with Maddie. You’re also aware that I take as many photos as the dog will allow. What you may not know is that  … Continue reading

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Ham Sandwiches Peanut Butter Eggs & Maddie

While you might be expecting an intricately woven story of a holiday weekend…I got nothing. That’s not entirely true, but it’s Sunday. It’s Easter. And, due to the distractions mentioned in the title, I don’t have time to write my … Continue reading

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Its April’s Turn

Any man, woman, child, cat, dog, bird or rodent in New England will tell you that March never gave us anything close to spring weather. I guess those two warm days we had at the end of February constitute “in … Continue reading

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