6:00 a.m. I am happy to report that the little pile of garden “debris,” some stray grass and old roots that I had pulled from one of the beds while “spring-cleaning” my 3′ x 3′ area the other day, has been gratefully discovered and is being used by a large group of small sparrows and a couple of fat robins. They, in turn, are digging through the little pile and whisking off what they can use to feather their nests.
I am happy to have been of service.
A glorious morning is shaping up…Jeanie
NOTE TO SELF: Leave the bat cave at regular intervals today – look directly into the sun.
NOTE: The Aspens are leafing out rapidly this week! The Purple-Leafed Sand Cherries are heavy with dainty, pink flowers – a bit late this year, but worth the wait. They knew to hide until the snow blizzard had passed.
pictured: google image