The thoughts of me and my dog who used to be Harvey, but is now George, who is Harvey's great-great-great-great-nephew.
A robin was in the henhouse today! oh and we had a pheasant eating the henfood the other morning! lol!
Robins have aready been spotted here too! But should we hold our breath until Spring actually comes?
Now proudly sitting on my desktop!Word verification = singat - most appropriate
Hi Liz! Hi George woof woof :-)How are you? I'm OK. Been a bit overrought lately. Still not really OK/normal/whatever. Ukk. I think I need some more sleep. I'm sure I slept 6 whole hours (on sleeping pills) well A sleeping pill. Contrary to popular belief I can actually just take one as prescribed. I've had insomnia since my late teens. Not going to messs about with a medication I need, am I?Ukkkkk better go now. Be good now!;-)
UK robins are cuter than ours. Maybe it's just unfamiliarity.
Did the chickens object, mrs N?We get robins in winter, leslie.Hello, shirl! Good to see you. xWoof, woof, gleds!Are your robins different, katney?Thanks, cherrypie.
That is a beautiful photo Liz
Agree, UK robins are much cuter than the US ones. None being sighted here in New Jersey where 8-10 inches of snow is expected tonight and there's a couple of feet still on the ground.
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