Omg!Come to Paris!Cute birdie though...
I am ready to board any plane south!
That's the come back of winter !!! Courage !!!!
You are right, both times!n:-(
Merisi, I've been having a catch up peek at your recent posts. The Palm Sunday willow branches are lovely. I did see some folks carrying palms early yesterday morning when I was unfortunately on my way to work. (At least I've managed to keep my no chocolate vow going strong.)The flowers under the pink umbrella are a true contrast to this morning's snow scenes. I agree that enough snow has already fallen. We are due to receive additional snow here by midday...enough to provide messy slush for the evening rush hour.Hoping for a brilliant warming trend for this weekend. xo
I hope you get home safely and stay tucked in warmly!
Ah, poor guy!! It does look SO cold there and no fun to be walking around looking for food! Such a great shot as always, Merisi! Hope you have a break in the cold and get some sun again!!!
I feel really bad for the birds. The other day I listened to a chorus of Fieldfares in the trees.
Hope that bird likes the snow.
Definitely wishing for a pair of moon boots, I'd say.
This is all because Badger re-installed the cat door last week.
Yep, clear cause and effect. ;-)And now he is out of town, leaving us in the white mess!
Oh, but it's so very pretty!
Ooh! A nasty shock for sure--I know all about that. The snow just won't give up around here. I love how the bird is showing his shock and displeasure right down to his "toes."
Merisi, you poor dear. How does one navigate the frozen sidewalks of Vienna in a pair of high heels?
OMG us too today! :)
The poor birdie even looks like his feet are cold.An Arkies Musings
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