It is starting to feel like winter is arriving although we have yet to see snow in our neck of the woods. I did hear that it arrives tomorrow, though.
I walked around the property filling feeders, hanging suet and just breathing in the fresh cold air today.
I'm feeling exhausted from the loss of our dear Kane but I am so thankful he is at peace now.
I remind myself of the good life he had and I feel comforted.
I wish all dogs had loving homes.
I was hoping that Simon had begun his hibernation so I walked over to the pump to see if there was any sign of him.
I called his name from a distance, just once, and
Isn't he cute.
He was happy to see me and ready to eat.
Seeds, chopped up apple & some whole wheat bread crusts with organic peanut butter were at his buffet.
On with dinner.
Anything he doesn't eat will be appreciated by the crows.
I'm sending you over to meet Suzan & John at
I have so appreciated their humour the last few days.
I love how her birds have decorated their houses ;-)
and thrown John for a loop.
drop over and enjoy her blog.
I have a birdhouse to decorate and a butter tart to eat. :)
Thanks again everyone for your kindness over the last few days. I hope all my American friends had a fabulous Thanksgiving today.