Sunday, January 30, 2005

This new bird feeder ROCKS!

I went to Wal-Mart and got a bird feeder. For the weekend place where my husband lives. If you've never had a bird feeder, I would recommend it. Of course, I think we are enjoying mine so much because we are in the country and the birds like it out there. We've seen little finches, blue birds, blue jays, cardinals, and other more interesting ones that I have no idea what they are. They haven't told me their names.

I was going to get this expensive feeder, but I went for a cheap $6 one. Believe me, you can spend a heck of a lot of money on a bird feeder. I chose cheap, hoping it wouldn't have the same outcome as the cheap toliet paper that I spoke of earlier. Good thing, the birds don't seem to care. They are loving it. We probably have 20 birds at the thing at a time. I think one winked at me and lifted his wing just a bit, as if he was saying "thanks".

Poll question of the day....What is your most prized posession? (And you can't say kids or pets. You're allowed to be materialistic this once.)


Happy and Blue said...

A book that my Grandfather read to me and that I read back to him when he was close to death. I still have the book. It's priceless.

MilkMaid said...

Hey, I just got two new feeders last week during my spring fever attack!! Hope you enjoy yours.

For graduation, Mom had her wedding rings and my Mema's wedding rings made into a 'cocktail ring' for me. I've worn it a few times, but it's so not my deal. She designed the setting, so I wouldn't change it for anything.

joy said...

What would I grab if there was a fire and I could only get a handfull of sentamental stuff? Probably my photographs. There are a few pictures of us when we were kids, Krystal's black and white photo I cherish. The pic of me and Pat dancing. There is so many. Oh, I would have to grab Kermit on the way out too. The dog can fend for herself. :)

Adrienne said...

I want to buy a bird feeder just to drive my cat crazy. Is that cruel?