Tag Archives: Squirrels

New kid in town.

So yesterday you saw a post about birds disgruntled with one another … who needs words when you see a pair of our feathered friends in silhouette and study their body language. Oops … did I just say birds have … Continue reading

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Sweets for the sweets…

We turned a calendar page yesterday – the first of August felt more like a September day, with a cool and refreshing breeze.  I watched the crumpled, yellow poplar leaves skittering along the pathway.  Although I’ve whined about oppressive heat, … Continue reading

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He’s back!!

There is the phrase “Winter of our Discontent” … well this has been a “Summer of Discontent” … for me anyway. Among the other miscellaneous and sundry weather issues and things going wrong, the latest was Monday, when the hot … Continue reading

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Simple joys.

Happiness is a place between too much and too little. ~ Chanwit Whanset I saw this quotation today and decided I was going to incorporate it into this long-overdue post.  I took these pictures of this sweet black squirrel several … Continue reading

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Made in the shade.

I remember hearing this expression when I was a youngster – my parents would say “oh ya, they’re doin’ great – they’ve got it made in the shade now.”  I’ll bet it was an expression that a beatnik like Maynard … Continue reading

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T.P.T.P.!!!

When we were kids, we used this expression on hot days:  “Mom:  we’re T.P.T.P.!!!”  What is “T.P.T.P.” you ask?  Why it means “too pooped to participate!” Yes, it has been the long-awaited  holiday weekend and by mid-week the doomsayers (a/k/a … Continue reading

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Glimpses of Grady.

This post is way overdue.  After all, I filled my blog with many tales about all my “porch pals” during the Fall of 2018 through early Spring 2019.  Then, all of a sudden, there were no more posts that mentioned … Continue reading

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