Sunday, September 21, 2014

6pm Visitor


Every night just after 6pm this same little bird pops onto our fence on his way home to his nest.  It makes mum smile to see him there, and sometimes I race outside to see if he would fall off and I could eat him.

11 comments:

  1. He must like visiting you Poppy.

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  2. HaHa! That's lovely Poppy!x
    Bless! Well you never know! That's the trouble with birdies, if they never had wings, they'd be easier to catch! :).

    Well! I must get on, it's my burfday to~day, and l've friends coming up for a BIG feast in a couple of hours...Turkey, rabbit, pheasant...etc..HeHe! Shall l send some over! :>).

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  3. That's right Miss Poppy, you never know. He looks like he would make a good snack. . . .

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  4. Poppy, dear, he looks rather crunchy. Those wing feathers might be more roughage than your tummy could manage easily. But a nice racing run outside is very good for the figure!

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  5. Poppy, birds are usually not that clumsy, so you are probably out of luck!

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  6. You never know your luck Poppy.

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  7. It COULD happen Poppy! Maybe...

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

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  8. It COULD happen Poppy! Maybe...

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

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  9. I don't know about the eating part Poppy. If you don't like chick-hen or other people food & only like your Feast, then you might not like the taste of the burdy. Burds you catch don't even get cooked in the hot box - they are raw. ugghhh! I do like that you chase the burd, now & then, because it reminds the burd to never let a cat get too close or they could become lunch.

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